Lifeline: Summer 2017

In New Zealand we need to collect over 50 tonne of plasma every year.  Several times during the year, large quantities of the plasma collected from Kiwis are sent to a specialist laboratory in Melbourne, Australia.  There it is converted into a wide range of pharmaceutical products (or purified plasma...

It’s hard enough finding time in our days with one job, however Cantabrian Karen Gardener finds the time despite having two.

As a nurse at the Waikato Hospital, Stephanie Larder spends her days seeing patients in the general medicine ward, caring for their every need.

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