Apr 28, 2017 The Doctor’s Doctor

We need to talk about diagnostic errors

Getting the right diagnosis is a central tenet of health care. In most cases a correct diagnosis is issued, but occasionally errors are made
Apr 27, 2017 Pathology Explained

A genetic defect carried by 1 in 200 people – mitochondrial disease

We’re excited to announce this month the addition of the Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation to our roster of amazing supporters.
Apr 3, 2016 Pathology Explained

California, Hong Kong or Brisbane; where are you headed this flu season?

Influenza strains are named after some exotic destinations but where do these names come from and what role does pathology play in fighting
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