MOGA and BCNA lobbying helps to secure $80million chemo compounding funding

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The Federal Government says it will make more than $80 million available to ensure chemotherapy patients can continue to get their infusions.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says the Coalition’s decision will ensure 150,000 Australians can be treated each year.

“It’s very important that people who are receiving treatment for serious illness are confident that that treatment is going to continue,” he said.

Professor Fran Boyle of Mater Hospital, North Sydney said “MOGA and BCNA lobbying helped” secure this funding.

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