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Abbott pledges 40m to breast cancer fight after meeting cancer patients

| September 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Abbott pledges 40m to breast cancer fight after meeting cancer patients

The government announced on Tuesday that it will spend $20m on breast cancer awareness and awareness programmes for women.

It comes despite Prime Minister Tony Abbott saying in August that he believed the cost of breast cancer was “not too big a price to pay”.

The prime minister said breast cancer was responsible for 15,000 deaths a year.

Analysis – Ross Colvin, National Post health correspondent

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The figures will be just the latest bit of vanity for a government that wants to be known for being a social conservative.

Mr Abbott did not make good on his promise to cut the number of freebies handed out to women who breast-feed their babies or buy clothes or food from the Australian Woolworths.

But he did mention the cost of breast cancer awareness and awareness programs for women as part of a speech that made an impression, and was an effort to give himself credibility.

When he was asked at the Liberal party state conference what the government spent more on on breast cancer awareness and awareness programmes for women, Mr Abbott said, “a very significant amount,” and asked his MPs “where the rest of it came from?”.

The prime minister told the Women’s Empowe카지노사이트rment National Confere부산 출장nce earlier this year that the federal government spent $30m on breast cancer awareness and awareness programs.

It’s the first time that federal money has been spent on breast cancer awareness and awareness efforts for women since the funding package for women was given.

But the $20m is more than double the amount spent in 2009-10, when the cost of breast cancer awareness and awareness programs in Australia was around $4m per person.

The cost has increased from $4.5m in 2009-10 and is on course for another increase during the next federal election.

The government also confirmed on Tuesday that research to reduce mortality rates will help reduce the cost of treatment for breast cancer.

Topics: cancer, health, australia

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