Dr Sue Wareham is a Canberra GP, Vice-President of the Medical Association for Prevention of War, and founder of a Nobel peace prize-winning organisation has called on the Australian government to do more to abolish nuclear weapons. Sue believes that her work with MAPW is fundamental to her commitment to the protection of human life and the improvement of human well-being.
The medical profession in Australia has already played a critical role in addressing the catastrophic threat of nuclear weapons, by initiating the formation of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, which received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize. But there is a huge amount still to be done if we are to avert the threat. […]