Purple patch to help remote health care

By Stephanie Gardiner
Updated September 21 2022 - 10:58am, first published 10:55am
Uni student Dinuki Seneviratne wants to improve chronic wound care for people in remote areas. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)
Uni student Dinuki Seneviratne wants to improve chronic wound care for people in remote areas. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)

The pigment that gives plums, grapes and berries their deep purple hue could be a key to better health care for people living in remote Australia.

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