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The Courier
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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WA Today
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. With human trials set for next year, the device implanted into the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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The Young Witness
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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The Age
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. With human trials set for next year, the device implanted into the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. With human trials set for next year, the device implanted into the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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Manning River Times
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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The North West Star
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. With human trials set for next year, the device implanted into the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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The Border Mail
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next yearPatients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again,
Human trials for Australian-made bionic spine to start next year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Patients left paralysed by injury or illness could be back on their feet again, thanks to a breakthrough by Melbourne researchers who have designed a revolutionary bionic spine. With human trials set for next year, the device implanted into the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Wind farm watchdog's first Senate grilling Wind farm commissioner Andrew Dyer's goal is to make his job obsolete. And h
Wind farm watchdog's first Senate grilling
Weekly Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Wind farm commissioner Andrew Dyer's goal is to make his job obsolete. And he'll take home more than $600,000 for his efforts. Australia's first-ever wind farm commissioner experienced his first grilling... Read more
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News.com.au
Wind farm watchdog's first Senate grilling Wind farm commissioner Andrew Dyer's goal is to make his job obsolete. And h
Wind farm watchdog's first Senate grilling
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
Wind farm commissioner Andrew Dyer's goal is to make his job obsolete. And he'll take home more than $600,000 for his efforts. Australia's first-ever wind farm commissioner experienced his first grilling... Read more
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News.com.au
Win a night out thanks to the Habibs | GeelongAdvertiser SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Sea
Win a night out thanks to the Habibs
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
| GeelongAdvertiser SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website The Habibs have just won the lottery and to celebrate they want to send you and a... Read more
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The Age
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyEmpathy is linked to ability to "catch" a yawn. Photo: iStock Women are more l
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Empathy is linked to ability to "catch" a yawn. Photo: iStock Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The research findings, which were published inRoyal Society Open... Read more
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The Courier
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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The Young Witness
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Western Advocate
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
42 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Manning River Times
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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The North West Star
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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The Border Mail
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: studyIf someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to a
Women more likely to yawn infectiously than men: study
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
If someone women have a social connection with yawns, they are more likely to also yawn than are men in the same situation. Women are more likely to "catch" a yawn than men, according to new research from the University of Pisa in Italy. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Still no answers on toxic lead levels found in children's bloodStill no answers on toxic lead levels found in NT children's blood More than a
Still no answers on toxic lead levels found in children's blood
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Still no answers on toxic lead levels found in NT children's blood More than a year after children in three Northern Territory communities were found with elevated levels of lead in their blood, the NT Health Department says the cause has still not... Read more
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WA Today
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editingMolecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking a
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editing
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
Molecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking at lymphoma cells through a microscope. Photo: Angela Wylie Its explosive potential could lead to cures for crippling diseases, the end of organ donor shortages and food... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editingMolecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking a
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editing
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Molecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking at lymphoma cells through a microscope. Photo: Angela Wylie Its explosive potential could lead to cures for crippling diseases, the end of organ donor shortages and food... Read more
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Canberra Times
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editingMolecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking a
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editing
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Molecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking at lymphoma cells through a microscope. Photo: Angela Wylie Its explosive potential could lead to cures for crippling diseases, the end of organ donor shortages and food... Read more
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Brisbane Times
More than one million animals used for experimentsA baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Sourc
More than one million animals used for experiments
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
A baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Source Journal of Medical Primatology Photo: Journal of Medical Primatology More than one million animals are believed to have been used on average in medial and scientific... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgeryA baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Phot
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgery
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
A baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Photo: Journal of Medical Primatology More than six million animals including baboons, dogs, cats and native mammals are being used every year in Australia for medical... Read more
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WA Today
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgeryA baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Phot
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgery
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
A baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Photo: Journal of Medical Primatology More than six million animals including baboons, dogs, cats and native mammals are being used every year in Australia for medical... Read more
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The Age
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgeryA baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Phot
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgery
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
A baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Photo: Journal of Medical Primatology More than six million animals including baboons, dogs, cats and native mammals are being used every year in Australia for medical... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experimentsScores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a nu
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experiments
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Scores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a number of Sydney hospitals and universities including an apparent cover-up of a kidney transplant from a pig to a baboon. Fairfax Media has uncovered evidence during a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editingMolecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking a
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Molecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking at lymphoma cells through a microscope. Photo: Angela Wylie Its explosive potential could lead to cures for crippling diseases, the end of organ donor shortages and food... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgeryA baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Phot
Millions of animals around Australia subjected to experiments and surgery
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
A baboon being experimented on at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Photo: Journal of Medical Primatology More than six million animals including baboons, dogs, cats and native mammals are being used every year in Australia for medical... Read more
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The Age
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editingMolecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking a
Fear and hope over the arrival of human gene editing
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Molecular biologist Dr Gemma Kelly at Walter and Eliza Hall Institute looking at lymphoma cells through a microscope. Photo: Angela Wylie Its explosive potential could lead to cures for crippling diseases, the end of organ donor shortages and food... Read more
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News Mail
Lake won’t reopen until safeFAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba w
Lake won’t reopen until safe
News Mail / Posted 11 days ago
FAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba will not be re-opened to water-based recreation ahead of Australia Day. The lake is currently closed to recreation activities due to the presence of blue-green algae. The... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Lake won’t reopen until safeFAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba w
Lake won’t reopen until safe
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
FAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba will not be re-opened to water-based recreation ahead of Australia Day. The lake is currently closed to recreation activities due to the presence of blue-green algae. The... Read more
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Queensland Times
Lake won’t reopen until safeFAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba w
Lake won’t reopen until safe
Queensland Times / Posted 11 days ago
FAST-tracked test results show algae levels remain high, meaning Lake Borumba will not be re-opened to water-based recreation ahead of Australia Day. The lake is currently closed to recreation activities due to the presence of blue-green algae. The... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland tennis legend Rod Laver AC tops national honoursRod Laver, arguably the best tennis player ever, has been appointed to Australi
Queensland tennis legend Rod Laver AC tops national honours
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
Rod Laver, arguably the best tennis player ever, has been appointed to Australia's highest honour. Queensland tennis great Rod Laver AC – arguably the best tennis player ever – has been appointed to Australia's highest honour, the Order of... Read more
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International Business Times
Australia: Sickening secret 'Frankenstein-like surgical experiments' conducted on baboons A huge number of baboons are being used in 'Frankenstein-like surgical experime
Australia: Sickening secret 'Frankenstein-like surgical experiments' conducted on baboons
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
A huge number of baboons are being used in 'Frankenstein-like surgical experiments' across a number of Sydney hospitals and universities, according to a six-month long investigation by Fairfax Media. They discovered a number of sickening experiments... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experimentsThe public would be "deeply shocked" to know what has been going on behind clos
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experiments
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 days ago
The public would be "deeply shocked" to know what has been going on behind closed doors. Scores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a number of Sydney hospitals and universities including an apparent cover-up of a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Thousands sign petition urging an end importing of primates for medical researchA petition with more than 14,000 signatures calling for a ban on importing prim
Thousands sign petition urging an end importing of primates for medical research
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
A petition with more than 14,000 signatures calling for a ban on importing primates into Australia for medical and scientific research has been handed to the Federal Parliament. Humane Research Australia has handed over the petition amid revelations... Read more
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WA Today
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experimentsScores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a nu
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experiments
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
Scores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a number of Sydney hospitals and universities including an apparent cover-up of a kidney transplant from a pig to a baboon. Fairfax Media has uncovered evidence during a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experimentsScores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a nu
Baboons used in 'Frankenstein-like' medical experiments
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
Scores of medical experiments on primates are being conducted in secret at a number of Sydney hospitals and universities including an apparent cover-up of a kidney transplant from a pig to a baboon. Fairfax Media has uncovered evidence during a... Read more
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