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A Mater clinic dedicated to pregnant women with small babies is helping to prevent stillbirth and other newborn complications.
A team of Queensland researchers at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane are trialling a new Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccine that could deliver single dose ...
Having lost an Elder a year ago, Diploma of Nursing graduate, Mater Private Hospital Townsville Enrolled Nurse, and Kalkadoon, Tjapukai and Bwgcolman woman Josephine ...
Mater Education student Taytum Wiggs discovered her Aboriginal heritage when her grandfather died. She has since embraced her culture and plans to pursue a career in ...
Courtney Allen once feared she might not live to the age of 30 – and that her dream of becoming a mum would never come true.
The cystic fibrosis sufferer’s ...
A Mater eye surgeon has helped restore the vision of a “near-blind” refugee who was rescued from the frontline of the war in Ukraine by his beloved sister living in ...
A Queensland baby born with a life-threatening 2kg tumour is now a happy and bubbly little girl after doctors at Mater Mothers’ Hospital in South Brisbane saved her life.
When Mater Education graduate Zoe Little was diagnosed with severe endometriosis, she was inspired by the team who cared for her to become a nurse.
Mater Research is proud to have some of the most outstanding women in research work within our Institute, turning scientific discovery into the best possible ...
Brisbane musician Shelley Bishop has conquered cancer, and now she is gearing up to tackle her next challenge—the Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle for Cancer.
Ethiopian coffee-making, an African drum performance and other activities were part of today’s 21st anniversary celebrations of Mater's Refugee Complex Care Clinic.
Patients young and old across the Wide Bay region are set to benefit from almost $1m of new medical equipment at Mater Private Hospital Bundaberg.
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