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Lung infection rates in Mount Isa’s indigenous children among world’s worst

Amy Remeikis reported in the Brisbane Times (2 June 2014) on the findings from a research project led by Elisabeth Janu of the University of Sydney.  The research team found that the rates of hospitalisation for acute lower respiratory tract infections in indigenous children in Mount Isa were among the worst in the world.  Read the report in the Medical Journal of Australia.

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