Apr 1, 2016 Real-life stories

“Giving up is not an option” – how pathology helps Ron fight cancer

Fifty-nine-year-old cancer patient Ron Nothman says that pathology is a lifeline for him, his partner and his doctors. “For me patholog
Feb 17, 2016 Real-life stories

Why paying attention to her toilet movements saved Deb Weeks’ life

When Deb Weeks was diagnosed with bowel cancer, she had been feeling the best she’d felt in her whole life. She’d turned 40 just months
Jan 28, 2016 Real-life stories

“Without pathology I don’t know where we’d be”

In 2011, at the age of 70, Hamish Campbell was treated for kidney stones. He was referred to a urologist for follow up treatment who decided
Jan 27, 2016 Real-life stories

Brave Ben beat bowel cancer and now wants to be a doctor himself

Sydney based Ben Bravery was diagnosed with bowel cancer at just 28 years old. In September 2010, Ben was living in China when he first exp
Dec 18, 2015 Pathology Explained

‘In-gene-ious’ – the future of pathology is in our DNA

The area of genetics has hit the headlines recently with much excitement and debate around the potential for gene editing to do a variety of
Dec 18, 2015 Real-life stories

5 reasons people valued pathology in 2015

As we finish the year with over 15,000 supporters who have signed up to say they value pathology, we are taking a look at some of the reason
Nov 14, 2015 Real-life stories

Guiding cancer therapy

Bouncing back after lymphoma Olwyn is a Melbourne-based grandmother who likes to be in the thick of things. From her home in Melbourne’s
Oct 23, 2015 Pathology Explained

“Pathology is vital when you’re battling cancer”

It is an impressive statistic that pathology is used to diagnose 100% of cancers, but this is not the end of pathology’s involvement in he
Jun 24, 2015 Pathology Explained - Real-life stories

Get on this list to be a lifesaver

People aged between 18 and 45 are being urged to sign up to save a life by joining the Australian Bone Marrow Donor Registry (ABMDR). The
Jun 24, 2015 Real-life stories

Pathology helps Karen fight cancer

Fifty-one year old Karen van Gorp has learned the value of pathology through her diagnosis and treatment for stage IV melanoma. Karen is a