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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 03/2019
... in the world has been found in Brisbane. Geneticists describe the Queensland twins, born at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2014, as neither identical nor... 
Sperm | Twins
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 03/2019
... in the world has been found in Brisbane. Geneticists describe the Queensland twins, born at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2014, as neither identical nor... 
Sperm | Twins
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 04/2019
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 04/2019
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 03/2019
... the hour-long surgery, unavailable in PNG, she could have ended up in a wheelchair. Bindy and her mum Betty Terry flew to Brisbane earlier this year, paid... 
Surgery
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 11/2010
.... [...] the procedure, which has saved many children's lives, has been referred to internationally as "the Brisbane technique". 
Transplants & implants
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News-Mail (Bundaberg, Qld.), 08/2019
...A SHORTAGE of regional medical specialists is forcing thousands of Wide Bay patients to travel 350km to Brisbane for hospital admissions every year... 
Hospitals | Health services | Physicians
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 02/2013
...HUMAN trials of a Queenslanddeveloped vaccine against one of the worlds biggest killers have begun in Brisbane. Twenty volunteers will test the safety... 
Medical research | Vaccines | Rheumatic fever
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 10/2014
19 people from Africa in voluntary isolation in Brisbane Teenager with fever in RBWH isolation unit Chief Health Officer says no risk to the community Passengers on same flight 'could not' contract... 
Ebola virus | Personal protective equipment | Quarantine | Fever
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Advertiser (Adelaide, Australia : 1931), ISSN 1039-4192, 10/2014
NINETEEN people are being isolated in home quarantine in Brisbane as a precaution against spreading the Ebola virus, as a young woman undergoes tests... 
Ebola virus | Personal protective equipment | Quarantine
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 10/2014
...DON'T PANIC NINETEEN people have been quarantined across Brisbane to prevent the possible spread of Ebola as a teenager undergoes tests for the virus... 
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 03/2012
[...] on the southside of the Brisbane River at Griffith University, former Queenslander of the Year Alan Mackay-Sim is working on using a patient's own nasal cells in an attempt to regenerate nerve fibres... 
Studies | Animals | Spinal cord injuries
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 08/2009
...BRISBANE twins Imogen and Alexandra Fischle-Stenner are among the first children in the world to be vaccinated against swine flu. The five-year-olds are part... 
Influenza | Vaccines | Children & youth
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 01/2009
.... Janelle Perry, a 46-year-old grandmother, gave birth to identical triplet boys in Brisbane in June, and Francoise Pernoud, 40, bore three identical boys in September. 
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 09/2008
...A BRISBANE surgeon has created a website for the YouTube generation of medical students and surgical trainees, broadcasting some of his operations live... 
Renaut, Andrew
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 05/2007
...." "The difficulty for ENT surgeons at the big hospitals, like the Royal Brisbane and Princess Alexandra, is they have a big load of trauma and cancer work that just overwhelm the system," he said... 
Hodge, Rob
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 12/2006
... out. He was taken to Rockhampton Hospital with his lower jaw broken in two places, given a pain-killing injection, a domestic airline ticket, taxi vouchers and told to go to Brisbane for treatment... 
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 02/2007
...A BRISBANE scientist who helped find the first confirmed low- risk gene for breast cancer expects more breakthroughs within months. Georgia Chenevix-Trench... 
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 02/2007
...A BRISBANE scientist who helped find the first confirmed low- risk gene for breast cancer expects more breakthroughs within months. Georgia Chenevix-Trench... 
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The Courier-mail, ISSN 1322-5235, 08/2006
[Dickson Marwa], who only arrived in Brisbane from Dar Es Salaam on Saturday, beat the record field on just a couple of hours' sleep to pocket... 
Marwa, Dickson
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