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A shock breast cancer diagnosis and 12 months of treatment inspired Rockhampton mum Narelle to become an oncology nurse and help other women facing a similar trial.
A 24-year old Queensland man is now free of epileptic seizures after undergoing the state’s first brain surgery on a fully awake epilepsy patient.
This Spine Health Awareness month, we spoke to Stephen Erceg, Physiotherapy Team Leader, about the work carried out to help patients with back pain at Mater’s Back ...
This week, we celebrated National Nutrition Week (10 - 16 October 2021) – an annual event that serves as an opportunity to promote all things nutrition and raise ...
Up to 40 per cent of women who have breast cancer surgery will develop lymphoedema, a painful condition caused by fluid retention from the removal of lymph nodes.
Rates of breast cancer amongst Australian women have risen by 50 per cent since the 1980s.
In 2019, 56-year-old Ipswich resident Terri Rosevear felt a lump in her breast and her heart sank. The previous year she had found a lump and, after a biopsy, it had ...
An Ipswich Grammar School student who lost a family member to breast cancer has made it his mission to help raise funds to support other women diagnosed with the disease.
Mackay women battling breast cancer are set to benefit from new technology purchased thanks to the Mater Foundation’s RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run.
For young people severely impacted by drug or alcohol concerns the Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Service (ADAWS) provides a safe and supportive environment ...
Nestled in the back streets of South Brisbane, behind the Mater Hospital is an important service meeting an unmet need in the community.
In the last decade an increasing number of Australian patients have been diagnosed with autoimmune associated epilepsy.
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