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Breast cancer survivors and their supporters across Queensland are being urged to fight the disease by joining this year’s ‘Sea of Pink’.
Hayleigh Carter always dreamt of becoming a professional dancer – before a diagnosis with a rare genetic disorder ended her hopes of a career on stage.
A tiny baby boy who spent five months fighting for his life in a Mater neonatal unit after being born 17 weeks early is now home in time for his very first Christmas.
Queenslanders are being urged to slow down and stay safe in the lead-up to Christmas after a spike in traumatic injuries caused by power tools, knives and broken ...
A young couple have celebrated their wedding next to the cot of their precious baby daughter in a neonatal unit.
Mater surgeons have paid homage to their long-time colleague Dr John Bingley on his retirement, saying he has left a legacy of compassion, excellence and innovation.
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane is celebrating its accreditation as a Centre of Excellence in Breast Treatment, Neurosurgery and Minimally Invasive Surgery.
A new specialist stroke team at Mater is blocking life-threatening blood clots in their tracks.
A Queensland great-grandma who has beaten breast cancer for the third time has set multiple Australian and World powerlifting records at a competition held on the ...
A Redlands art teacher and art therapist is giving comfort to patients at Mater Private Hospital Redland one brushstroke at a time.
Robotic-assisted surgery is continuing to expand across Mater’s South Brisbane campus with the addition of a second da Vinci system.
A new robotic system which uses pinpoint computerised tracking to guide surgery is set to make spinal operations even safer for hundreds of Queensland patients.
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