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Suicide kills six men a day. Here are three strategies that can help stop it | Glen Poole

We need to get better at tackling the social issues that men face rather than falling back on tired stereotypes of blokes who refuse to get help Suicide kills eight people a day in Australia, six of them men, and the latest figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday, revealed that male suicides have increased by 41% in the past decade, from 1,624 deaths a year in 2006 to 2,292 suicides in 2015.
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