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A Queensland mother-of-two diagnosed with stage two ovarian cancer planned her wedding day from her hospital bed at Mater Hospital Brisbane in the days following ...
Older patients are making faster and fuller recoveries from illness and accidents thanks to a project launched by Mater’s Speech Pathology team.
The first Australian trial of a new COVID medication that is set to save the lives of vulnerable immuno-suppressed patients has been launched in Brisbane.
Harrison was born at Mater Mothers’ Hospital at South Brisbane in November with a rare birth defect, causing a hole in his abdominal wall beside the belly button.
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.
Queensland women are experiencing a “significant increase” in anxiety and depression during pregnancy, according to new research.
The Mater Mothers’ Parenting Support Centre at South Brisbane has celebrated a major milestone with mum-of-three Lily becoming the 10,000th patient cared for at the ...
Queensland TV reporter Pippa Sheehan says her ‘heart is full’ after welcoming miracle baby Monty at Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital
A new hysterectomy procedure that leaves no scars and causes little pain has been performed at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane for the first time.
A Queensland teenager who was given little chance of survival after being born nearly four months early has defied the odds to compete in the Special Olympic World ...
Up to 1,000 people from refugee and migrant backgrounds will benefit from improved access to healthcare services thanks to a new initiative from Mater in partnership ...
A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
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