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Meet Dr Jesse Collyer. Here outside Mater’s Duncombe Building, he’s almost come full circle.
Mater Private Hospital Springfield is bucking the traditional hospital model of treating illness, partnering with the community to focus on preventative health.
A pilot program for children from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds is teaching families about healthy eating.
Traditionally, Lent is a season when Christians prepare for the celebration of Easter. In our busy world, Lent provides us with an opportunity for reflection and renewal.
A Queensland trial will evaluate the benefits of medicinal cannabis for symptom relief in cancer patients receiving palliative care.
Mater Group Executives are strapping on their walking shoes to take part in this year’s fun run event in support of women with breast cancer who are treated at Mater.
Sometimes it can be difficult for people to think about and talk about the end of life – despite it being something we are all going to face.
Mater Research is proud to announce that Professor Brian Gabrielli and Professor Jean-Pierre Levesque have been awarded research grants through Cancer Council ...
Born at 12.33 am beautiful baby Lacey McKeown was the first baby to be born at Mater Mothers in 2018.
The da Vinci Surgical System is a robotic surgical system designed to facilitate complex surgery using a minimally invasive approach, controlled by a surgeon from a ...
Four years ago Peter suffered his first seizure while hiking, with no memory of the event. Peter’s epilepsy escalated until he was involved in a work accident ...
Mater surgeons have successfully performed Australia's first surgery using the ROSA robot, giving new hope to people with epilepsy.
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