Sun, 24 Jun 2012 6:16p.m.
Auckland Hospital's oncology department is hoping people will give up drinking for a month in July, not just for their own health, but to help out cancer patients.
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26/06/2012 9:33:52 a.m.
There are far greater improvements in services to cancer patients need than comfy chairs. There are a whole raft of services including child care and transport for younger female cancer patients and their children that urgently require attention.
25/06/2012 12:06:33 p.m.
The whole are should be more than comfortable and have all the equipment needed. Although I feel people who have been in NZ 5 years or less should pay towards costs they incur in the health sector as the tax payers of NZ cannot possibly be expected to cover these costs.
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