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Redlands granny Debbie Andersen was working as a volunteer in the Mater Cancer Care Centre at South Brisbane when doctors diagnosed her with a rare form of breast cancer.
When Monique Perry was diagnosed with aggressive triple-negative breast cancer she feared her family history was about to repeat itself.
Mater doctors are warning that Australian women are turning a blind eye to breast cancer, with figures revealing that a staggering 50.4 per cent of eligible women are ...
When Brisbane mum and stage three breast cancer survivor Emma holds her son Owen in her arms, she knows how lucky they are to both be alive.
Read this heartwarming Q&A with Mater cancer patient Melanie and Mater Clinical Nurse Consultant Esther.
A group of more than 30 Queensland running buddies are on a mission to help raise money for people diagnosed with breast cancer – including their own teammate Sarah.
Queensland mum Emma was newly married and only 12 weeks into her pregnancy when doctors revealed she had stage three breast cancer.
A young Queensland mum battling an incurable cancer is creating “happy memories” and a travel bucket list with her miracle baby, visiting every Australian state and ...
Students at Cannon Hill Anglican College have been busy sewing bees, making hundreds of breast care cushions to help Mater hospital breast cancer patients recover ...
Sarah Anderson received the 'shocking news’ in July that she had triple-positive breast cancer and is now on a mission to encourage other young women to check their ...
Six months after receiving a devastating stage 1 breast cancer diagnosis, Arnika Kefu is winning her fight against the disease – thanks to treatment at Mater and the ...
Genetic testing at Mater Pathology provides women with rapid access to critical and potentially life-saving information about their breast cancer risk.
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