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7.30: Pacemakers at the Patient's Expense/Renowed Cave Diver/ Andrew Gaze/Cirque Africa
Pacemakers at the Patient's Expense/Renowed Cave Diver/ Andrew Gaze/Cirque Africa
ABC  |  July 3, 2018
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Pacemakers at the patient's expense
If you end up in a private hospital needing a life-saving device you would expect the number one consideration would be which device is best for you. But 7.30 reveals the secret deals happening behind the scenes in some private hospitals and clinics, who are being paid tens of thousands of dollars for using certain heart devices.
Renowned Cave Diver
How will the young Thai football team trapped in a cave get out? Volunteer rescuer, Bruce Konefe, explains why caution is needed to get the boys out of the cave they have been trapped in for ten days.
Andrew Gaze
Australian basketball great, Andrew Gaze, has reacted to the Boomer's recent brawl during a basketball game in the Philippines.
Cirque Africa
Cirque Africa has performed hundreds of shows across the country. But two former acrobats have told 7.30 they were underpaid and they're owed substantial sums of money. One of them is now taking legal action.

Pacemakers at the patient's expense
If you end up in a private hospital needing a life-saving device you would expect the number one consideration would be which device is best for you. But 7.30 reveals the secret deals happening behind the scenes in some private hospitals and clinics, who are being paid tens of thousands of dollars for using certain heart devices.
Renowned Cave Diver
How will the young Thai football team trapped in a cave get out? Volunteer rescuer, Bruce Konefe, explains why caution is needed to get the boys out of the cave they have been trapped in for ten days.
Andrew Gaze
Australian basketball great, Andrew Gaze, has reacted to the Boomer's recent brawl during a basketball game in the Philippines.
Cirque Africa
Cirque Africa has performed hundreds of shows across the country. But two former acrobats have told 7.30 they were underpaid and they're owed substantial sums of money. One of them is now taking legal action.

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