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Five thousand cyclists have raised more than $564,000 to fight cancer after completing the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle for Cancer.
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 ...
The Nine Telethon will return in 2024, in support of Mater Little Miracles, helping to give our littlest Queenslanders the best possible start to life.
Older patients are making faster and fuller recoveries from illness and accidents thanks to a project launched by Mater’s Speech Pathology team.
A Queensland single mum who left her family home at the age of 14 has turned her life around and graduated with a Diploma of Nursing in honour of her daughter.
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.
In the past 10 months Andy Steele has survived cancer, two heart attacks, pneumonia and COVID-19 – but nothing can keep this 70-year-old off his racing bike.
A 79-year-old Redlands woman who suffered debilitating knee pain for 15 years is back on her feet after undergoing life-changing robotic knee replacement surgery at ...
Have you ever wondered what happens to patients who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness once they leave hospital?
Queensland TV reporter Pippa Sheehan says her ‘heart is full’ after welcoming miracle baby Monty at Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital
A ground-breaking Mater Research project will place health workers in Indigenous communities across Queensland and study the long-term wellbeing of 400 Aboriginal and ...
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