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Beloved IWDFR returns Sunday 10 March 2024 raising funds for life-saving breast cancer treatment and research.
Across Queensland last year, more than one-third of sexual assaults occurred in the context of domestic and family violence – meet the Mater People on a mission to ...
Five thousand cyclists have raised more than $564,000 to fight cancer after completing the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle for Cancer.
The Nine Telethon will return in 2024, in support of Mater Little Miracles, helping to give our littlest Queenslanders the best possible start to life.
In the past 10 months Andy Steele has survived cancer, two heart attacks, pneumonia and COVID-19 – but nothing can keep this 70-year-old off his racing bike.
A ground-breaking robotic surgical system which will deliver state-of-the-art medical care to Central Queensland patients has arrived at Mater Private Hospital Mackay.
A Queensland baby born with a life-threatening 2kg tumour is now a happy and bubbly little girl after doctors at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in South Brisbane saved her life.
Brisbane musician Shelley Bishop has conquered cancer, and now she is gearing up to tackle her next challenge—the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle for Cancer.
Patients young and old across the Wide Bay region are set to benefit from almost $1m of new medical equipment at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg.
Springfield’s new Mater hospital will be equipped with a state-of-the-art robotic pharmacy system that will deliver around 100,000 prescriptions a year to patients ...
Families who have experienced the loss of an unborn baby or fertility problems are being given new hope of becoming parents thanks to cutting-edge research funded by ...
A tiny Queensland baby girl will be given extra cuddles this Easter in hospital.
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