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Queensland mum Emma was newly married and only 12 weeks into her pregnancy when doctors revealed she had stage three breast cancer.
Juggling a medical career and motherhood can often be challenging, but Mater neurosurgeon Amelia Jardim wouldn’t have it any other way.
Brisbane Broncos forward Corey Jensen has revealed the shocking moment his mother Nicole told him she had stage two invasive breast cancer.
When Ipswich mum Erika was warned her tiny premature baby boy had only a “slim chance of surviving”, she never gave up hope.
When Alisi Jack Kaufusi was told she would lose her desperate fight against ovarian cancer, she was determined to keep living her dreams.
The hours after GP Dr Chamari Jayawardena was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer were the ‘darkest time’ of Dr Jayawardena’s life – but today she is in complete ...
North Queensland patients recovering from heart procedures are now able to access rehabilitation care and monitoring from home, no matter where in the region they live.
Over the past six months, the Mater Private Clinic-based consultants have seen a disturbing rise in new cases of skin cancer, according to reconstructive surgeon Dr ...
Brisbane’s very own flying neurosurgeon Dr Martin Wood has been taking Mater healthcare services to new heights across Queensland amidst the global pandemic.
A project investigating an ancient retrovirus and another on perinatal mental health have won seed funding at the 2022 Future Leaders Symposium, allowing the ...
Queensland woman Kelsie Dummètt is in the fight of her life against melanoma, and Mater Researchers are working to develop an immunotherapy to help patients like her.
In a Queensland first, Mater Epilepsy Unit and Mater Research are changing the conversation in epilepsy care by appointing a dedicated speech therapist to the unit.
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