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Free breast screening at mobile BreastScreen NSW clinic in North Ryde until 9th Oct 2020

BreastScreen NSW recommends that women aged 50 – 74 have a mammogram every two years. There is currently a free mobile screening van stationed at…

BreastScreen NSW GP Data Requests to include more useful information in data

BreastScreen NSW GP data request forms will now include screening outcomes to enable appropriate reminders schedules to be entered into practice clinical information systems. Diagnosis…

Public drug warning: high and variable dose MDMA ‘Chupa Chups’

High-dose MDMA (ecstasy) tablets have been found in NSW. These high-dose tablets contain three times the dose of other MDMA tablets and capsules commonly circulating…

BreastScreen NSW to gradually resume breast screening services from 18th May 2020

A message from BreastScreen NSW to GPs regarding the gradual resumption of breast screening from 18th May: BreastScreen NSW is now open and preparing to…

Statement on the duration of observation after vaccination in the context of minimising risk of exposure to COVID-19 at health care facilities

ATAGI Clinical Statement on Vaccination Observation Time In the current context of increasing risk of community-transmitted COVID-19 disease, the risk of exposure to potentially infected…

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