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Australian Government invests in kid's lung health advancements

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The Australian Government has announced $100 million investment in the development of new technologies to improve diagnosis and treatment of stroke, epilepsy and lung disease, including COVID-19. $28.8 million will go toward the Australian Lung Health Initiative's 4D Functional Diagnosis project. This groundbreaking project will deliver revolutionary lung scanners that are safe, rapid, and easy to use for children. The scanners will allow functional analysis of lung health and can be immediately applied to managing COVID-19, establishing Australia at the forefront of lung science, and kick-starting a high-value, high-tech industry. | https://alhi.com.au/about/
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