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Government buckles over dying refugee on Nauru

The Australian government has brought a dying asylum seeker from Nauru to Brisbane for palliative care — buckling in the face of growing outrage.
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Dying asylum seeker brought to Australia

The Australian government has brought a dying asylum seeker from Nauru to Brisbane for palliative care - buckling in the face of growing outrage.
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Dying refugee moved from Nauru to Australia after intense campaign

A dying Afghan refugee held on Nauru for five years has been transferred to Australia for palliative care after a sustained campaign of pressure from doctors, medical peak bodies, the media, members of the public and even members of the Australian Border Force.
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Death and dying in offshore detention

As the death toll on Manus and Nauru climbs to 12, the government maintains its merciless policy – now refusing a terminally ill man the right to die in Australia. 
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AMA CALLS FOR HAZARA MAN TO BE BROUGHT FROM NAURU FOR PALLIATIVE CARE

The AMA today called on the Federal Government to bring an Afghan refugee with advanced lung cancer from Nauru to Australia for palliative care.......
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MEDIA RELEASE - Terminally ill asylum seeker should have palliative care

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‘No way to die’: peak medical bodies call for dying refugee to come to Australia

A dying Afghan refugee currently held in offshore processing on Nauru must be brought to Australia for palliative care, doctors groups have told the government.
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'Soul destroying': The inside story of Nauru's asylum seeker camps

Dr Nick Martin, senior medical officer who worked in Nauru, says the Australian Border Force blocked and delayed medical efforts to look after asylum seekers detained on the island.
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Dying Nauru refugee speaks out as Muslim leaders plead for transfer

A major Shia Muslim body has urged Peter Dutton to allow an Afghan refugee to go to Australia for palliative care.
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In Poor Health: Health care in Australian immigration detention

Australia’s treatment of asylum-seekers and others who enter or remain in the country without a valid visa is the subject of sustained controversy. This report should not be controversial.
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'Dying man's last wish': Nauru refugee denied care in Australia

Refugee advocacy groups say a terminally ill man is not being allowed to enter Australia to receive palliative care.
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The Nauru Diaries

For those who’ve come across the seas…It doesn’t take long to break a man. You can do it in a second, in one punch, one judgment handed down, one small gesture.
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Thousands Of Doctors Want A Refugee Dying Of Cancer To Be Brought To Australia

More than 2,000 Australian doctors have signed a letter to immigration minister Peter Dutton calling for a refugee with terminal lung cancer to be brought to Australia for palliative care.
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ALLOWING A REFUGEE TO DIE WITH DIGNITY WOULD SHOW AUSTRALIA'S HUMAN HEART

The report on the refusal of the Australian Border Force to allow Ali*, a 63-year-old Afghan refugee on Nauru, to come to Australia for palliative care is deeply disturbing. Ali is dying.......
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DOCTORS BEG AUSTRALIAN BORDER FORCE TO MOVE TERMINALLY ILL REFUGEE OFF NAURU

Doctors on Nauru have pleaded with the Australian Border Force to move a terminally ill Afghan refugee off the island for palliative care.
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AL JEZEERA BROADCAST PETITION AND INTERVIEW WITH BRISBANE DOCTOR
 

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Bring dying refugee to Australia for palliative care, urge health professionals

Thousands of doctors have signed a petition calling on the immigration minister, Peter Dutton, to bring a refugee dying of advanced lung cancer to Australia for palliative care.
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A GP’s petition for dying refugee on Nauru receives huge swell of support

Ali* is a 63-year-old Afghan refugee currently being held on Nauru who is dying of late-stage lung cancer.
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Doctors urge mercy for Nauru refugee as crisis looms for resident asylum seekers

Sydney GP Sara Townend is urging medical colleagues to sign a petition calling on Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to bring a refugee dying of advanced lung cancer from Nauru to Australia for palliative care.
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GP CONDEMNS 'RIDICULOUS AND CRUEL' TREATMENT OF DYING MAN

A GP has rallied more than 1200 doctors in her fight to bring a refugee dying of lung cancer from Nauru to Australia for palliative care.
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Flood of support for GP’s refugee petition

A Sydney GP’s petition for the government to bring a terminally ill refugee from Nauru to Australia for palliative care has been extended until midnight tonight.
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Medical students join doctors calling for refugee with terminal illness to be brought to Australia for palliative care

The Australian Medical Students’ Association (AMSA), which represents the 17,000 medical students across the country, today joined the AMA in calling for an Afghan refugee with advanced lung cancer to be brought from Nauru to Australia for palliative care.|
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