Jun 12, 2019 People of pathology - Real-life stories

Prostate cancer survivor meets the doctor that diagnosed him 11 years ago

Image: Prostate cancer survivor Vincent Jenkins (R) has a rare chance to meet anatomical pathologist Dr Peter Nguyen (L) who made his life c
May 31, 2019 Real-life stories

“I feel very lucky to have had this genetic test”

Speaking on Channel 10's program Studio 10, Sydney based product designer Luisa Lombardo said she is grateful for the insights delivered by
May 31, 2019 Hot Topics - New breakthroughs

How rapid flu testing has eased winter woes in this Melbourne hospital

There have been warnings all around Australia of the imminent influenza season, however it appears that the season has started earlier than
May 31, 2019 Hot Topics - New breakthroughs

Australia’s never-ending flu season

Pathologist notes an unusual trend in summer cases and explains patient benefits of testing The 2018 and 2019 flu seasons are morphing into
May 30, 2019 Hot Topics - Pathology Explained

Are you a carrier of Australia’s most common genetic condition?

1 in 7 people of Caucasian heritage carry the gene and the condition affects 1 in 200 people, which makes it the most common genetic conditi
May 17, 2019 Friday memes

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We're going very heavy on the lab tech theme today. Perception v reality, or is it? The (tech) people have spoken! #5 - #4 -
May 10, 2019 Pathology Explained

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This week we've been inspired by the birth of the regal baby of England to look at babies and germs. A how to prep guide to avoid the transf
May 7, 2019 Hot Topics

Royal baby faces first test in less than 48 hours

It’s all still a bit blurry for Prince Harry and Megan Markle’s newborn baby; and pretty soon he will be facing the first major test of
May 6, 2019 Hot Topics

Cervical Cancer Screening report: key findings

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has today released a report into the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) in Aus
May 3, 2019 Friday memes

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There's 35,000 skilled practitioners working in pathology. This week we pay tribute to their genius. #5 - it all starts with rigorous qua