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Hear Hear! RT @A_Sinodinos We're ensuring Oz scientists have access to the best research infrastructure in the world. #NPC

RT @DrMel_T: Milton Catelin from @MedicinesAus pointing out 'Treasury is largest user of Healthcare' due to readsorption of funds for #mtp

Industry’s biggest exports are Asia due to our reputation for producing safe & high qual medicines. BUT we face stiff competition. #pharma

RT @ZarliFrench: Fabulous work Team @MSD_Aus winners of the inaugural Pharm 2 PeakChallenge @RareCancers @MedicinesAus #KosiChallenge @Phar

The #Medicines and vaccines Industry in Australia supports about 14,000 highly skilled workers. #pharma #auspol

RT @GSK_AU: There is no 'silver bullet' to tackle #malaria - we need to combine resources to fight this disease.

RT @MTPConnect_AUS: New @CSIROnews fund aims to help Australian companies survive the “valley of death” #innovation #startup

RT @InnalooDDS: #Drugs and #alcohol are the two biggest manufactured exports in Australia. Where is the Rock'n'Roll? #APP2017…

We are all part of the same ecosystem says @MedicinesAus Chief Milton Catelin speaking at #APP2017

It's World Kidney Day -1 in 3 adult Aussies is at risk of CKD, it’s time to foster research into it. #ikidneyhealthcheck #move4kidneys

(2/2) We need to encourage the govt to do this faster so all can have access to innovative #medicines #pharma #auspol

In OZ, access to meds and vaccines means they're appvd by the TGA and listed on PBS (1/2)

The Medicines and vaccines Industry in Australia supports about 14,000 highly skilled workers.