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It’s a pleasure to be here today at the first of four workshops on Planned Care being held this month.

Health Minister David Clark opens a discussion on the future of radiation oncology within the context of cancer care in New Zealand.

Thank you, Dalton Kelly for your warm introduction.

It’s a pleasure to be here to open this conference - it’s the second time I’ve had the opportunity to speak with you at your annual conference as Minister of Health, so I want to thank you for welcoming me back.

Tēnā koe, thank you for your mihi. Thank you Peter Barnett  and NCAT co-chair Lynette Hutson and welcome everyone to this Addiction Leadership Day.

Thank you, Professor Hayne (Vice Chancellor, University of Otago), for your kind introduction.

It is my pleasure to be here at Te Papa today opening your annual conference.


It’s my privilege to speak to you as Minister of Health, and discuss a topic that goes to the heart of this Government’s agenda - health and wellbeing.

It is my privilege to speak to you as Minister of Health and discuss the Government’s priorities for the health and disability system.