As I now know, cancer is not just indiscriminate, it's sneaky.
Two weeks ago, a week after sworn in Dunkel's member, I received the unexpected news that my cancer was returning.
You may say Murphy's Law strikes again. But my mother, Jan, who is a mother of marriage, not birth, and therefore could adopt a less pessimistic personal motto, would say & # 39; everything happens for a reason & # 39 ;.
I'm not unique or alone in the fight I am taking on. Australia's cancer estimates that in 2019, just over 19,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 145,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer.
I'm not unique or alone, but I'm the one who has a platform that I can use to benefit others.
And how many people from Dunkel will continue to vote for me to refer them to the place I intended to use.
I'll start today. Ladies, check your breasts.
People do not ignore what your body tells you.
Members of Parliament, listen to experts who warn that the promise of universal healthcare is under threat.
Relate to the reform and funding that our Heath System needs, and do everything that is required to ensure that Australia trains, retirees, and investments in healthcare professionals and researchers make our system great.