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Published June, 2019
By Dr James Dunk
Publisher: NewSouth Publishing
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What happened when people went mad in the fledgling colony of New South Wales? In this important new history of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, we find out through the correspondence of tireless colonial secretaries, the brazen language of lawyers and judges and firebrand politicians, and heartbreaking letters.

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Published April, 2016
By Frank Bowden
Publisher: NewSouth Publishing
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Infectious diseases specialist Frank Bowden sheds light on the everyday diseases that affect most of us (colds, head lice) and the more serious issues that keep us awake at night (antibiotic resistance, the Ebola epidemic). As well as exploring treatments and busting myths, Bowden draws out the basics of epidemiology and medical research to look at the big issues affecting public health.

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Published March, 2016
By Professor Ian Harris
Publisher: NewSouth Publishing
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Published August, 2013
By Anne-Marie Boxall and James Gillespie
Publisher: NewSouth Publishing
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Since the 1980s, Australians have had a system of universal health care that they largely take for granted. But the road there wasn't easy. Making Medicare is a comprehensive account of the Australia's long, tortuous and unconventional path towards universal health care - as it was established, abolished and introduced again - and of the reforms that brought it into being.

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Published August, 2013
By Kellee Slater
Publisher: NewSouth Publishing
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Welcome to the adrenaline-charged world of transplant surgery. Top Australian surgeon Dr Kellee Slater invites us inside the operating theatre with her dedicated team as she performs life-or-death surgery on a newborn baby, brings a dying liver back to life with a staple gun, and undertakes the confronting task of removing donor organs.

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