23 October 2019 Painaustralia - Putting pain services on the map
23 October 2019 Minister for Health the Hon Greg Hunt MP - Supporting people with chronic pain to access services
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With one in five Australians living with pain, it is likely that someone you know is directly affected. Painaustralia is the national peak body working to improve the quality of life of people living with pain, their families and carers, and to minimise the social and economic burden of pain.
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