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Absence of comprehensive 'right to repair' laws harms Australian consumers, advocacy group says

By Daniel Burdon
  • 25 Jan 2023 00:09
  • 25 Jan 2023 00:09

Australia’s lack of ventilators, spare parts and available, appropriately trained staff left patients in hospitals around the country without life-saving medical devices that would have been available under “right to repair” legislation, according to a key government advisory group pushing for change.

Speaking to MLex, Professor Leanne Wiseman said Australia was “playing catch-up”

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