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Doctors say thousands are still in pain, being denied surgery
New Research shows government funding is struggling to keep pace with our growing, ageing population.
Lorelei Mason says donors should have always received full reimbursement for lost income.
The restoration project was sparked by local anglers Fish and Game to boost poor numbers.
Historically the river has been a prolific brown trout fishery.
New Zealand researchers have found that a vaccine for meningococcal disease can also protect against gonorrhoea.
The storm seems to be over but electricity companies are struggling to get things back up and running.
Staff used ropes to help abseil skiers to the ground.
New figures obtained by ONE News show the cost of seeing a doctor has risen significantly in recent years.
Until now, the cost of treatment was out of reach of many, with treatments costing about $10,000 per patient every three weeks.
Until now, parents wanting their sons vaccinated have had to pay around $450 for the Gardasil vaccine.
Approximately 4000 New Zealanders get a VTE every year, and it kills 60 of them.
An epidemiological study says screening hasn't helped reduce stroke numbers in the past decade.
The EU referendum result saw some 225 British health workers register an interest in moving to NZ.
Starship Hospital is testing whether weekly drops of Vitamin D might benefit toddlers and babies.
The new technology doesn't come cheap, but saves on fingers pricks for type-one diabetes sufferers.
A team from Victoria Uni is about to begin a three-year study in the race to find new and improved antibiotics.
Auckland babies will soon take part in the world's largest clinical trial of premature baby nutrition.
"It is my belief that all transvaginal meshes should be taken away."
ONE News' Lorelei Mason discusses why hundreds of women are not receiving the newest technology.
It is claimed 100s of women are missing out on the latest technology.
Each week, three New Zealand families receive the news that their child has cancer - but a new group called REACH is helping to change that.
NZ will finally begin a nationwide screening programme for our biggest cancer killer.
"Mutations to the NRAS gene were found in 38 per cent of South Island melanomas, but only in 21 per cent of North Island ones."
Among those at the event were some of the hundreds of people who have been rescued.
"We are losing 1200 lives to this cancer every year," says Bowel Cancer NZ.
Abnormalities in the brains of some very premature babies persist, studies show.
The Healthy Homes project initially targeted 900 patients who had presented at to Christchurch Hospital.
The new chief executive is former CEO of Genesis Energy, Albert Brantley.
The Counties Manukau DHB needs to provide dialysis to more than 600 patients.
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