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26 October 2017
NICM scientists have found significant improvements in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome symptoms in overweight women by combining lifestyle interventions such as diet and exercise with a novel herbal formulation.

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19 October 2017
The NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome has awarded a project grant of over $10,000 to Dr Carolyn Ee, Jacka Foundation senior research fellow at NICM.

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13 October 2017
Federal government announces major reforms to private health insurance, including the removal of selected natural therapies.

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23 September 2017
New Australian-led research has confirmed that smartphone apps are an effective treatment option for depression, paving the way for safe and accessible interventions for the millions of people around the world diagnosed with this condition.

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15 September 2017
Congratulates to NICM PhD candidate Xian (Phoebe) Zhou, who graduated yesterday.

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14 September 2017
NICM welcomed a delegation of PhD students from the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS) Graduate Research School who visited NICM this week as part of a study tour.

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1 August 2017
We welcome to our growing team Dr Arianne Soliven; Dr Joseph Firth; Justin Sinclair; Kate Corcoran; Dr Benjamin Dowswell and Emma Garcia. In addition we congratulate Xiaoshu Zhu and Dennis Chang on their recent promotion.

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31 July 2017
NICM continues to build its global engagement and partnerships in science, signing earlier this month a Memorandum of Understanding with the United States' National Center for Natural Products Research (NCNPR) at the University of Mississippi.

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31 July 2017
Congratulations to Xian (Phoebe) Zhou and Mike Armour, NICM's 2016 recipients of the Best Postgraduate Student Paper Award.

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18 July 2017
Medical researchers in Australia and New Zealand have shown that acupuncture treatment significantly reduces period pain intensity, duration and symptoms over time, with improvements being sustained up to a year after treatment. Primary Dysmenorrhea (period pain) is the most common gynaecological complaint in menstruating women with up to four in five women suffering at some stage during their reproductive years.

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