Closing the Gap an issue from birth

Lynette Briggs with her artwork
The gap in health that leads to lower life expectancy and poorer health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can be tracked from birth and early childhood, according to a new information paper released today by Melbourne Primary Care Network. Closing the Gap in North Western Melbourne PHN gathers a broad range of

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