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Jackie Blue
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Member since: 16 January 2008
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Jackie Blue is a pioneer. New Zealand’s first breast physician, she has worked tirelessly to develop this new and important field of medicine. Recognised by her peers for her contribution to woman’s health, she was elected President of the Australasian Society of Breast Physicians in 2001 Caucus Responsibilities Spokeswoman for Women's Affairs Associate Spokeswoman for Health Select Committees Health jackie.blue@national.org.nz  www.national.org.nz




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Thursday, 3 April 2008
2:58PM
Eating Disorders Plan  a plan for a plan After almost nine years of inaction on eating disorder services, an eating disorders report has finally appeared on the Ministry of Health's website, says National Party Associate Health spokeswoman Jackie Blue. 94 views

2:56PM
Herceptin decision a slap in the face for Labour The court-ordered review of the decision not to fund 12 months of Herceptin, the internationally accepted norm, is a "well deserved slap in the face" for the Labour Government's drug buying agency, says National's Associate Health spokeswoman, Jackie Blue. 64 views

Monday, 31 March 2008
7:54PM
Labour inaction on eating disorders exposed Labour needs to explain its woeful record on the treatment of eating disorders according to National's Associate Health spokeswoman Jackie Blue. 199 views

Monday, 11 February 2008
2:42PM
DHBs need 'Get Checked' wake-up call The Diabetes 'Get Checked' programmes in Waitemata and Northland needs urgent focus, says National Party Associate Health spokeswoman Jackie Blue. 68 views

Wednesday, 16 January 2008
10:38PM
Patients pay for Labour's petty politics on organ donors The Government should justify its stance against an organ donation register in light of plans by Helen Clark's Labour UK counterpart to introduce a new regime that goes much further than that which was proposed in New Zealand. 48 views



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