Soon there will be a new national research facility in Brisbane and with the launching of it; there are expectations to fast track the progress of medical treatments, specifically established for diabetes, arthritis and migraine.
From now onwards, the market will be filled with effective treatments for such lethal illnesses. Named Queensland Node of Therapeutic Innovation Australia, is the $8.9 million worth project and will modernize the development of several new medical products.
On Wednesday, the inauguration of this project took place and among the huge list of guests, Ferny Grove MP Dale Shuttleworth, whose stepfather died from Parkinson's disease, was one of them. He was found badly hurt with his father's illness.
With the launching of this new centre, Ferny Grove believes that it's a moment of pride and happiness for all. This new medical centre will not only bring hope and life to the sufferers but will also offer consolation to others who have lost their loved ones because of such deadly diseases. He added, "The opening of this sort of facility is personally important too".
This facility is an amalgamation between the University of Queensland and Griffith University. It would be available in five different locations of the state.
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