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Read this heartwarming Q&A with Mater cancer patient Melanie and Mater Clinical Nurse Consultant Esther.
A mum who gave birth to a premature baby on the Centenary Highway has thanked the Mater midwife who guided her through the delivery by phone – and saved her daughter ...
A record $1.95 million has been raised to fight breast cancer thanks to today’s International Women’s Day Fun Run, presented by National Storage.
A group of more than 30 Queensland running buddies are on a mission to help raise money for people diagnosed with breast cancer – including their own teammate Sarah.
Queensland mum Emma was newly married and only 12 weeks into her pregnancy when doctors revealed she had stage three breast cancer.
A team of compassionate women are in the driver’s seat helping some of Mater’s most vulnerable cancer patients to access their healthcare.
A new genetic testing service at Mater has slashed four months off the time it takes for Queensland ovarian cancer patients to access potentially life-saving drugs.
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 ...
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.
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