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Q + A - Monday March 25

Tonight on Q + A...

A Royal Commission of Inquiry will be held into security agencies and the Mosque attack that killed 50 people. Police Minister Stuart Nash is Corin’s lead interview tonight.

Cancer patients are resorting to fundraising to get the drugs they believe they need to save or even prolong their lives. Is Pharmac failing to keep up with new lifesaving treatments? Pharmac CEO Sarah Fitt responds to the drug funder’s critics.

On the panel is Professor Jennifer Curtin, Heather Roy and Emir Hodzic

Q + A airs Monday nights, 9:30pm on TVNZ 1.

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