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School bullies have driven a 50% surge in the number of desperate young people seeking help from a specialist mental health unit in the past year.
Mater doctors are warning that Australian women are turning a blind eye to breast cancer, with figures revealing that a staggering 50.4 per cent of eligible women are ...
From rural New South Wales to Brisbane, Julia Crookes, 26, never thought she would be leading a cardiovascular team.
The life of a tiny baby born two months early with a potentially deadly heart defect has been saved thanks to doctors at four major Queensland hospitals.
Fifty new Queenslanders have been welcomed to the world in one of the busiest-ever 24 hours at Mater Mothers’ hospitals.
Mater has launched a new after-hours medical testing service in Ipswich to help busy families and shift workers stay on top of their health.
The number of applications to train as a nurse with Mater Education has surged by more than 330% since course fees were removed, thanks to the Queensland Government’s ...
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 ...
A ground-breaking robotic surgical system which will deliver state-of-the-art medical care to Central Queensland patients has arrived at Mater Private Hospital Mackay.
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?
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