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RESEARCH


Helping People Live Their Life


Your bequest will help Diabetes NSW improve the day-to-day lives of people living with diabetes.


Ensure your legacy lives on beyond your lifetime.


For a confidential discussion please contact Esther Krizmancic 02 9552 9925 I estherk@diabetesnsw.com.au


Our research builds healthier, happier lives


Make a gift in your Will today to help improve tomorrow Call (03) 6226 4236 or visit www.menzies.utas.edu.au


opening doors to better health Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund ...


through Medical research in Australia and Israel


For over 25 years the Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund has supported a wide range of medical research carried out at the University of Sydney and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This research has included heart disease, diabetes and AIDS. Currently, the Fund is supporting research into Alzheimer’s disease which now affects an increasing number of Australians and their families and carers.


Help us find a cure. Contact the Fund to make your tax-deductible donation or bequest or for further information.


Sir Zelman Cowen Universities Fund, University of Sydney F13 NSW 2006 Phone: (02) 9351 6558 Email: szcuf@anatomy.usyd.edu.au www.szcuf.org.usyd.edu.au


At Burnet Institute, we are committed to creating a healthier world.


By linking medical research with public health action, we improve the health of poor and vulnerable communities in Australia and internationally.


Donations and giſts in Wills help us find practical


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solutions to health problems of global significance. Ask us how you can help TODAY! Call: +61 3 9282 2111 Email: bequests@burnet.edu.au


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