GOVERNMENT FUNDING NEEDED TO SAVE MORE SICK BABIES
February 4, 2011 at 5:21 pm
The neo natal intensive care unit at the John Hunter Children’s Hospital is about to mark its 20th birthday.
Almost 20,000 babies have been admitted during that time, but now government funding is needed to help the unit expand and continue its life-saving work.
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