May 25, 2018 Pathology Explained

In Focus: Haemochromatosis or ‘Iron Overload’ (sadly nothing to do with Iron Man)

In Australia, it’s estimated that roughly one in 200 Australians of Caucasian heritage suffer from haemochromatosis, making it the country
May 25, 2018 Pathology Explained

Babymakers: how pathology helps people get pregnant

Assisted reproductive technologies – more generally referred to as in-vitro fertilisation or IVF – are increasingly common around the wo
May 25, 2018 Pathology Explained

Pathology at the forefront of the fight against HIV

Since HIV first appeared in Australia almost forty years ago, there have been huge advancements in diagnosis and treatment. These days, HIV
Apr 27, 2018 Pathology Explained

Fabry disease: the genetic condition you’ve probably never heard of

Fabry disease is a rare genetic condition with a range of symptoms from skin lesions to heart problems. You’d be forgiven for never having
Apr 27, 2018 Pathology Explained

DNA dilemmas – what do ancestry DNA test results mean?

Online DNA testing kits have become popular in recent years, promising a range of insights from how your body metabolises caffeine to what t
Apr 27, 2018 Pathology Explained

Everything you need to know about urine tests

Hardly a week goes by without another story about a “simple” blood test that can do everything from diagnose 8 types of cancer to predic
Apr 6, 2018 Pathology Explained

We are putting pathology on TV!

The Know Pathology Know Healthcare team have been working hard behind the scenes on a new TV advert and it’s finally ready! We are very
Apr 5, 2018 Pathology Explained

Pathology’s gold medal performance stopping doping in world sport

This week sees the opening of the 21st Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. 71 nations will compete and share the dream of medal success. P
Mar 8, 2018 Pathology Explained - People of pathology

International Women’s Day – thank you women of pathology!

Australian pathology is full of incredible women. From pathologists to collection staff, to scientists and lab technicians there are thousan
Mar 1, 2018 Pathology Explained

Health literacy is a tool of empowerment for cancer patients

It was a chance meeting in a coffee shop that first brought Ken Connell and David Wilson together. Ken, a prostate cancer survivor, discover