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Tackling rural syphilis

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The Morrison government is again stepping up the fight against the syphilis outbreak affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in central, northern and southern Australia. Syphilis is preventable and treatable, but without treatment can be deadly. In order to...
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