6 Sep

This is our favourite kind of soap opera

The Food and Drug Administration in the USA have banned the use of antimicrobials in domestic soap p
30 Aug

Australian-developed HPV vaccine has halved cervical cancer rates in just ten years

Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the world’s first cancer vaccine and a report released la
26 Aug

Liquid biopsies providing hope in fight against biggest cancer killer in Australia

Personalised medicine has revolutionised cancer care. Using pathology to test the genetic characteri
26 Aug

DNA mapping: towards “A universal cancer test”

The chances are you’ve seen a headline over the last month along the lines of “Universal cancer
26 Aug

“Barely a week goes by that we don’t come across something new” – pathology at the forefront of research

For the first time in Australia, whole genome sequencing is available, offering hope to Australian f
25 Aug

CRISPR: the gene-editing revolution beckons

With potential applications in everything from gene therapy, drug research and diagnosing viruses Cl
29 Jul

Diagnosis of cirrhosis – new approaches to liver disease detection

Your humble liver could be described as the human body’s hard-working janitor - it furiously mops
29 Jul

How Australians have been leading the fight against cervical cancer since 1978

Dr Colin Laverty was a remarkable man; a significant art collector, educator, writer and publisher.
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