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Fifty per cent of deaths worldwide have one thing in common

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What do long COVID, Alzheimer’s, rheumatoid arthritis, type one diabetes, asthma and heart disease all have in common? The answer: inflammation.

Microbiologist Elizabeth Hartland, CEO of the Hudson Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, speaks about inflammation in the latest episode of Good Weekend Talks, moderated by Good Weekend editor Katrina Strickland. Our episode this week is based on our cover story - THE ENEMY WITHIN - by Good Weekend deputy editor Greg Callaghan, who has dealt with the ill effects of inflammation in his own life.

You can read Greg's story here

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