Sep 26, 2019 Hot Topics

Prostate cancer checks for politicians “may have saved lives” says Warren Entsch MP

Pathology testing for prostate cancer is crucial, so on 11th  September, Parliament House became a hub of pathology activity including onsi
Sep 26, 2019 New breakthroughs

Liquid biopsy could help catch aggressive prostate cancers earlier

Fast and accurate diagnosis of cancer is essential to give patients the best chance of beating the disease and new research from Queen Mary
Sep 26, 2019 Real-life stories

Kim Kardashian’s blood test results explained

If the first time you heard of lupus was during a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, you’re not alone. The condition affec
Jul 26, 2019 Pathology Explained

Under the knife and under the microscope; how pathologists help surgeons

When people think about cancer surgery, they often imagine a steady-handed doctor removing a tumour from a patient’s body. Few think ab
Jul 26, 2019 Pathology Explained

Arthritis explained: the lowdown on pathology and arthritis

In Australia, 1 in 6 people have some form of arthritis and it can be diagnosed in children or adults. In partnership with Arthritis Austral
Jul 26, 2019 People of pathology

Medical scientist and make-up artist Georgina shares her love of pathology

South Australian medical scientist Georgina Sassine loves her job, in particular enjoying the detail orientated exploration into solving the
Jul 25, 2019 People of pathology

Shadow Health Minister praises “professionalism” in pathology

As part of the KPKH initiative we invite federal politicians to see inside the engine room of healthcare and learn how pathology saves lives
Jun 28, 2019 Pathology Explained

Confused by pathology test results? There’s an app for that

Here at Know Pathology Know Healthcare (KPKH), we are all about helping you understand more about pathology testing and how it impacts your
Jun 28, 2019 New breakthroughs - People of pathology

How Snowdome Foundation is making hope real in the blood cancer battle

Snowdome’s mission is ‘to accelerate new therapies for Australian blood cancer patients to help them live longer, better lives.’ Fo
Jun 28, 2019 Real-life stories

Low screening rate “astounding” in light of increased bowel cancer cases

Sally Kriel knows all too well the impact of a bowel cancer diagnosis and is concerned by the lack of awareness and participation in testing