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This policy outlines why we don’t routinely screen women under 50 years of age for breast cancer. Women aged between 40 and 49 are still able to be screened if they want to.
This policy outlines why we don’t routinely screen women who already have breast cancer symptoms. They need diagnostic mammography rather than the screening program.
This document shows how much we spent in 2012–13 on stoma appliances and products under the Stoma Appliance Scheme.Part of a collection: Stoma Appliance Scheme utilisation and expenditure data collection
Australian Government response to Senate Community Affairs References Committee Report on The role of the Therapeutic Goods Administration regarding medical devices, particularly Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) breast implants, July 2013
Australian Government response to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Health and Ageing’s report on the inquiry into early intervention programs aimed at reducing youth suicide
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee Report on the: Aged Care (Living Longer Living Better) Bill 2013 [Provisions] and Related Bills