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A Mater researcher has developed a method to predict breast cancer patient responses to a commonly prescribed breast cancer drug.
The team at Clarence Street, Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane, are celebrating National Recycling Week (12 to 18 November) with their pet composting worms!
A new mobile phone app being trialled at Mater Mothers’ Hospital Brisbane aims to reduce the rate of stillbirth in Australia by 30 per cent by focusing on a baby’s kicks.
Mater Children’s Private Brisbane runs Queensland’s only private Clubfoot Clinic and for three month old Tiberius Kodor from Papua New Guinea (PNG), treatment at the ...
Mater researcher Professor Geoff Faulkner and his lab have published a paper that explores the development of resistance to chemotherapy in ovarian cancer. Each year ...
Prof Peter Nestor was recently appointed Conjoint Professor of Neuroscience between The University of Queensland and Mater and has started his appointment by ...
During the month of May Mater commemorates Bladder Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness for the disease which is the ninth most common cancer worldwide.
Sarah Boyle was desperate to find help for her young daughter Elka who was born at 25 weeks, weighing just 486g, and had a feeding tube from birth.
Young diabetes patients who need regular appointments are seen by a range of specialists and often face waiting times at their clinic now have access to an ...
Two female researchers in Queensland have been awarded strategic grants as a step forward in closing the research and academic gender gap.
A pilot program for children from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds is teaching families about healthy eating.
A Queensland trial will evaluate the benefits of medicinal cannabis for symptom relief in cancer patients receiving palliative care.
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