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Mater Pathology Kenmore has moved to Suite 8, 2081 Moggil Road, Kenmore.
Mater’s very first Stat Lab opened on 5 March 2012 and this week celebrates 10 years of operation.
The first deep brain stimulation surgery in regional Australia has been successfully performed at Mater Private Hospital Townsville.
Ovarian cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy or surgical treatments often experience early menopause, with all the associated negative side effects, but research ...
Mater long-stay patients enjoy special Christmas lunch
Bringing their triplets home from hospital in time for Christmas is the best gift anyone could give to St George parents, Josephine and Cohen Nunn.
A shock breast cancer diagnosis and 12 months of treatment inspired Rockhampton mum Narelle to become an oncology nurse and help other women facing a similar trial.
A 24-year old Queensland man is now free of epileptic seizures after undergoing the state’s first brain surgery on a fully awake epilepsy patient.
This Spine Health Awareness month, we spoke to Stephen Erceg, Physiotherapy Team Leader, about the work carried out to help patients with back pain at Mater’s Back ...
This week, we celebrated National Nutrition Week (10 - 16 October 2021) – an annual event that serves as an opportunity to promote all things nutrition and raise ...
Up to 40 per cent of women who have breast cancer surgery will develop lymphoedema, a painful condition caused by fluid retention from the removal of lymph nodes.
Rates of breast cancer amongst Australian women have risen by 50 per cent since the 1980s.
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