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Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced four medicine listings through the PBS from 1 August Mr Hunt says that the Morrison Government will invest $56 million in subsiding the medicines, …

The Health Minister has outlined new drugs available on the PBS from this month Greg Hunt said in a statement that the Morrison Government will provide affordable access to four …

Learn more about this new option for people who have frequent attacks of migraine Injections of erenumab have recently been added to the list of drugs used for prophylaxis of …

Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced funding for Hepatitis Australia to improve screening and treatment uptake As well as announcing the $1 million in funding for the organisation, Mr Hunt …

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is to be listed on the PBS from 1 April, Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced The preventative medicine tenofovir disoproxil fumarate with emtricitabine, or Truvada, is …

The Turnbull Government is listing almost half a billion dollars’ worth of new medicines from 1 September “Without subsidy from the Turnbull Government, these medicines cost patients as much as …

Hepatitis Australia has welcomed today’s announcement that a new hepatitis C drug will be listed on the PBS Epclusa, the first pan-genotypic antiviral, will be PBS listed from 1 August, …

Health Minister Greg Hunt has highlighted a number of new drugs to gain PBS listing The new listings are worth $142 million, Mr Hunt says. Vorinostat (Zolinza) will be available …

New medicines worth $310 million have been added to the PBS this week, the Health Minister has announced The drugs were added to the PBS on Monday this week, with …

Labor MP and pharmacist Emma McBride has spoken in support of the Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill… with some caveats In speaking on the Therapeutic Goods Amendment (2016 Measures No.1) Bill …

A new drug therapy for women with advanced ovarian cancer has been listed on the PBS as of today – which is also the first day of Ovarian Cancer Awareness …

The first and only one-tablet, once-a-day treatment for all genotypes of chronic hepatitis C infection has been recommended for PBS listing Gilead Sciences Australia has announced that the TGA has …