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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 ...
A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
A team of Queensland researchers at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane are trialling a new Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccine that could deliver single dose ...
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.
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 ...
A tiny teacup poodle weighing just 2.2kg is bringing smiles to the faces of hundreds of pregnant women awaiting the arrival of their new babies at Mater Mothers ...
A tiny Toowoomba baby born more than three months early weighing less than a tub of butter has defied the odds, making Mother’s Day extra special for first time mum Emma.
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!
Queensland couple Jasmine and Bevan will never forget the heartbreaking day they left hospital without their precious baby boy Archie.
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