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Vale Bill Hayden: Former Australian Labor Leader, Former Governor General

By Paul Strangio: Monash University Who have been Australia’s most accomplished federal opposition leaders? The conventional answer to this question is Robert Menzies and Gough Whitlam, both renowned for rejuvenating their respective sides of politics and galvanising new constituencies of… Continue Reading →

Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration Approves Certain Psychedelic Treatments

Paul Liknaitzky, Monash University. A few days ago, the Australian drug regulator – the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) – surprised experts around the world when it announced the approval of certain psychedelic treatments. From July this year, the TGA will permit authorised… Continue Reading →

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