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World Class Brain And Spine Institute to be open in Blacktown, NSW

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Blacktown CBD is set to become home to Australia’s first world class Brain and Spinal Institute led by the internationally renowned neurosurgeon Professor Charlie Teo AM.
The $1 Billion facility will provide state-of-the-art medical treatment and a significant economic benefit to Western Sydney and Blacktown City.
It will generate thousands of direct and indirect jobs and deliver through an expected influx of interstate and international medi-tourism visitors.

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