Rural, remote dwellers more vulnerable

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The National Rural Health Alliance is developing specialised information for people living in rural and remote areas ahead of the codeine upschedule The resources are aimed at ensuring people living in these areas are aware of the change and how it may affect them. Mark Diamond, CEO of the Alliance, says that people in rural

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