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A new robotic system which uses pinpoint computerised tracking to guide surgery is set to make spinal operations even safer for hundreds of Queensland patients.
One of Australia’s leading breast cancer specialists has been awarded for his lifetime’s service to patients with Mater’s highest honour – the Catherine McAuley ...
A boxing legend and a beauty queen are joining forces to battle bullies and empower young Queenslanders to protect their mental health.
When Ross Schumacher lost his mother to breast cancer 30 years ago, he had no idea that one day he would be fighting the same disease.
From rural New South Wales to Brisbane, Julia Crookes, 26, never thought she would be leading a cardiovascular team.
This Stomal Therapy Week, Mater is celebrating the vital role played by its Stomal Therapy teams in making a difference in the lives of those living with stomas.
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 ...
After a decade of bringing smiles to hundreds of patients at Mater Hospital Brisbane, much-loved therapy dog Ruby is ready to hang up her lead.
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane staff have rallied to lessen the load for domestic violence survivors on Christmas Day, donating food vouchers, toys, clothes and ...
Students at Cannon Hill Anglican College have been busy sewing bees, making hundreds of breast care cushions to help Mater hospital breast cancer patients recover ...
A Brisbane triathlete is now in her own race for life after she was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer.
Six months after receiving a devastating stage 1 breast cancer diagnosis, Arnika Kefu is winning her fight against the disease – thanks to treatment at Mater and the ...
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