An excerpt from a new book tells the tale of Nobel laureate Dr Don Thomas.
An infectious diseases physician, Professor Dominic Dwyer was tasked with answering one of the most politically sensitive questions in the world.
How Dr Justin Hunter's confronting experiences in Iraq led him into GP training.
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'It has become a black hole of no information because of political sensitivity and secrecy'.
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The transition process is on hold but the reasons why have been far from clear, as Professor Richard Murray explains.
Dozens of women allege that WHO and NGO staff sexually exploited them during the Democratic Republic of Congo's 2018-2020 epidemic.
More than 700 pharmacists are diagnosing and prescribing for 'uncomplicated' UTIs but will we discover if it is safe and effective?
NSW GP Dr John Parker describes his first day working in a major trauma centre in Iraq in 2008.