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Saying sex increases cancer risk is neither totally correct, nor in any way helpful – The Conversation AU

A study published today claims to have found a link between having had ten or more sexual partners and an increased risk of cancer. But its not as simple as that.
While having a sexually transmissible infection (STI) can increase the risk of certain types of…

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Latest headlines Monday, 28 Sep 2020 – Australian Online News

Australian Online News brings you the latest headlines, including cuts to JobKeeper payments, declining COVID-19 cases in Australia, international travel opening up and the...

Millions of Aussies lose hundreds of dollars as JobKeeper payments scaled back

Millions of Australians who receive JobKeeper payments from the Federal Government will receive up to $300 less per fortnight, with those payments scaled back...

‘It’s my life and I’m going to overrule you’: Packer insisted on Melco deal – Sydney Morning Herald

James Packer insisted on the agreement to offload a 19.9 per cent stake in Crown to Hong Kong group Melco despite being presented with a number of different options.

Clover Biopharma’s new trimeric subunit vaccine candidate prevents COVID-19 in monkeys – News-Medical.Net

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