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Juggling a medical career and motherhood can often be challenging, but Mater neurosurgeon Amelia Jardim wouldn’t have it any other way.
Brisbane Broncos forward Corey Jensen has revealed the shocking moment his mother Nicole told him she had stage two invasive breast cancer.
Samantha had always wanted to be a mum, but a shock diagnosis of ovarian cancer in her first pregnancy left her fearing her dream of having a family would never come ...
This is Kaylia Coulstock. She's a mother of two and one of the 34 students who recently started a Certificate III in Pathology Collection at Mater Education.
When Ipswich mum Erika was warned her tiny premature baby boy had only a “slim chance of surviving”, she never gave up hope.
Each year 1,300 Australian women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer—and anatomical pathologists will play a critical role in every diagnosis.
When Alisi Jack Kaufusi was told she would lose her desperate fight against ovarian cancer, she was determined to keep living her dreams.
The hours after GP Dr Chamari Jayawardena was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer were the ‘darkest time’ of Dr Jayawardena’s life – but today she is in complete ...
Stacey Gleeson has more connections to Mater than you could count on one hand.
A Brisbane nurse and mother of two is aiming to create special memories with her partner and two young sons after being told by doctors her cancer is incurable.
Mater Pathology’s ambitious plan for a fleet of drones to speed up medical testing across South-East Queensland is taking off after the project secured federal funding.
English-born Brisbane Roar defender Jack Hingert is living his best life on the couch – “taking on night shifts” with newborn son Billy while enjoying every moment of ...
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