A voice for First Nations healthcare will make a difference

By Mark Butler, Minister for Health
Updated September 14 2023 - 3:48pm, first published 2:41pm
"Diseases like rheumatic heart disease, which was largely eradicated from developed countries more than 50 years ago, remain common in Indigenous communities."
"Diseases like rheumatic heart disease, which was largely eradicated from developed countries more than 50 years ago, remain common in Indigenous communities."

On October 14, Australians will have a once-in-a-generation chance to change our Constitution and recognise the place of First Nations people through a Voice to Parliament.

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