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A 100-year-old Queensland grandmother with a passion for knitting is helping hundreds of tiny newborns keep warm at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane.
Queensland woman Samantha Wade always feared that the multiple heart defects she was born with meant she would never become a mum.
Mater Education is bringing its renowned nurse training program to Springfield – and it will be fee-free for students starting in October.
A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
When Brisbane mum and stage three breast cancer survivor Emma holds her son Owen in her arms, she knows how lucky they are to both be alive.
Retired Queensland Reds front-rower Albert Anae has revealed his newborn daughter Halo was the “missing piece of the puzzle” for his family.
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 ...
A Mater specialist orthopaedic surgeon has given a Queensland schoolgirl born with dwarfism the opportunity to fulfil her dream of competing at the World Dwarf Games ...
An Ipswich mum diagnosed with stage three bowel cancer nearly 12 weeks after having her second child is warning young people that ‘cancer doesn’t discriminate’.
A breast cancer survivor and passionate volunteer is using music to relax and inspire cancer patients undergoing treatment at the Mater Cancer Care Centre.
A surgeon at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in Brisbane has saved the life of a tiny Queensland twin baby girl after he operated on her while she was still in her mum’s womb.
The 900 midwives who work at Mater Mothers all love babies – but Charmaine loves them more than most!
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