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Women’s Health Week is a nation-wide campaign of events centred on improving women's health, this week we will hear from female clinicians at Mater speaking about ...
When Mavis started having stomach pains, she didn’t think anything of it however a trip to the doctor followed by a CT scan confirmed a terrifying diagnosis.
Mater Neurosciences Centre Brisbane’s team has performed 50 Stereotactic EEGs (SEEG) for epilepsy patients, a significant milestone to add to their impressive list of ...
Twenty-three year old Lawrence (Lorry) Cooper has had his hand successfully reattached by Mater Plastics and Reconstructive surgeons in a rare marathon seven hour ...
Australia’s first Stereotactic Electroencephalogram (SEEG) international conference has begun in Brisbane, bringing together the world’s leading epilepsy ...
Mater Private Hospital Brisbane has installed Brisbane’s first 3D surgeon-controlled robotic surgical microscope in its theatres.
More than 400 people from the Dalby community attended Cocktails for a Cure Winter Gala at historical Jimbour House to raise vital funds for ovarian cancer research.
Mater neurologist Dr Sasha Dionisio recently travelled to Vietnam with the Asian Epilepsy Academy (ASEPA) to help teach local specialists about practical techniques ...
Join the Miles for Miracles: Japan Trek 2019 and help give the best possible start to life for all babies born and cared for at Mater.
Dr Peter Steer has commenced his appointment as Mater Group Chief Executive Officer.
Mater surgeons have successfully performed Australia's first surgery using the ROSA robot, giving new hope to people with epilepsy.
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