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18 Sep 2021 12:40
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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    A cash injection for critical health research

    A cash injection for critical health research


    The Health Research Council has announced about 46 million dollars in funding for research, including more than 10 million for Maori and Pacific research.

    Health Minister Andrew Little says the projects will cover everything from vaccine hesitancy, to improving genetic diagnoses for Kiwi kids.

    There'll also be studies in illnesses like cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Health & Safety:
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    Entertainment:
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    Soccer:
    The All Whites' competitive drought is set to come to an end next month, with New Zealand Football confirming two fixtures to take place in Manama, Bahrain 11:55

    Law and Order:
    Biennial World Cup plans slammed by European governing bodies on player welfare grounds 11:55

    Rugby:
    The Otago Spirit are looking to bring a bit of flair to their Farah Palmer Cup match against Bay of Plenty this afternoon 11:55

    Law and Order:
    Search teams in Marokopa on the Waikato coast have resumed their attempt to find Tom Phillips and his three children 11:45

    Entertainment:
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    Politics:
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    Entertainment:
    Gigi Hadid attended the Met Gala to set a good example for her daughter 11:08


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