Budget lacks understanding of preventive health

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The 2016 Budget shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the importance of prevention for the economy and the health of the Australian population, says PHAA Vice President David Templeman. “After tonight’s budget release, it is clear the Government is not prioritising prevention and has missed a significant opportunity to invest in the health and wellbeing of

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