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Aussies & Kiwis with incurable blood cancer receive newly subsidised treatment option

Today, VIVA! partnered with Celgene, a Bristol-Myers Squibb company, Multiple Myeloma Australia and Multiple Myeloma New Zealand to announce a newly reimbursed treatment option for Australians and New Zealanders living with incurable blood cancer, multiple myeloma. REVLIMID® (lenalidomide) – the first and only maintenance treatment in ANZ specifically indicated and reimbursed for those with newly…

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1 in 10 Aussies with epilepsy sustaining serious physical injuries

VIVA! Communications is delighted to be teaming with UCB today (Thursday, March 26, 2020) to highlight the serious injuries caused by epileptic seizures, and call for heightened awareness, understanding and support for the 250,000 Australians living with epilepsy. One in 10 Australians living with epilepsy experience a seizure-related injury each year, many of which are…

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National Wear Red Day – Heart Research Australia

It’s that time of year again when you get in trouble with your significant other for forgetting a Valentine’s Day gift or have to pay triple the price for a bunch of sad looking roses from the supermarket on the way home! But for us at VIVA! Communications, February 14 is an important day as…

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World Cancer Day – Celebrating 20 years

Everyone in the world has been touched by cancer in some way. Here in Australia, 1 in 3 men and 1 in 4 women will be diagnosed with cancer before 75 years of age. Today marks the 20th anniversary of World Cancer Day, recognising a global commitment to create a cancer-free world. The aim this…

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Community spirit shining light on Australians affected by bushfire crisis

Imagine waking up each morning with a tight chest, burning throat and a smoke-choked city cloaking the sun, with air quality levels measuring ‘extremely hazardous’. This is the situation we are currently facing in Australia, and those of us fortunate enough to live in metropolitan areas, are the lucky ones. Although not yet half-way through…

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