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Aboriginal healers treat patients alongside doctors and nurses at Lyell McEwin Hospital | @WineCellarMedia



Aboriginal healers treat patients alongside doctors and nurses at Lyell McEwin Hospital by @WineCellarMedia
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A public hospital in Adelaide is tapping into 60,000 years of traditional medicine from Aboriginal healers — also known as Ngangkari — to help treat Indigenous patients.

Aboriginal woman and cancer survivor Roslyn Weetra, 70, said the program was a step in the right direction for Aboriginal people.

In 2002, the Narungga Country woman was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and sought Ngangkari treatment from her brother-in-law, Brenton Weetra, a Ngangkari from Port Augusta

Originally posted by The Black Podcast/Wine Cellar Media on 2019-02-25 03:49:32

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