25 July: Health services in the final year of life; clarity for legal wording on voluntary assisted dying; social inequity and heart attack; climate and mental health
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The amount of money to spend on health care in the last year of someone's life is debatable. | The vital eligibility criterion for voluntary assisted dying in Australia is a problematic issue for doctors. | For a heart attack you want the best care possible—but where you live can affect limit that. Climate change is becoming more obvious—it now includes a noticeable mental health aspect.
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