The Morrison Government shall invest more than $29 million for initiatives in vital research to deal with the two biggest killers of country, stroke and heart disease.
This funding is the first cycle of expenses from $220 million investment of the Government to improve research into stroke and cardiovascular disease via Cardiovascular Health Mission of the Medical Research Future Fund.
In Australia, six projects would get a share of nearly $11 million for research concentrating on approaches for reducing the occurrence of heart disease.
Moreover, for the Colchicine After Stroke to Prevent Event Recurrence Study, the University of Sydney would get almost $3 million.
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