Jun 4, 2021 Pathology Explained

Bowel cancer at 33; “We thought it was an older persons’ disease,” say Nyree’s mum and dad

Julie and David Heading lost their daughter Nyree to bowel cancer in February 2021, she was just 34. Nyree was an early childhood educato
Jun 4, 2021 People of pathology

It’s time to reunite! Lock in your place at Pathology Update 2021

Australia and New Zealand have a wealth of pathology talent who will be in attendance to speak across all pathology disciplines at this year
Jun 4, 2021 Latest News - Real-life stories

‘We in the LGBTQI+ community need to look out for each other’, calls to catch-up on missed Cervical Screening Tests

Since the beginning of the pandemic, rates of Cervical Screening Tests (CSTs) have dropped considerably, and the medical community and patie
Mar 12, 2021 People of pathology

A passionate advocate for genetic pathology, vale Dr Melody Caramins

As an ambassador for Pathology Awareness Australia, Dr Melody Caramins was an excellent communicator and had the expert ability to patiently
Mar 12, 2021 Latest News - Pathology Explained

ABC radio takes a look and a listen inside a pathology lab

It’s not often that we get to meet the voices we hear on the radio, but it’s also pretty rare to meet a pathologist or the medical scien
Feb 25, 2021 Pathology Explained

What happens when you have a COVID test: From swab to results

  COVID 19 testing steps - an infographic Download the infographic here What Happens When You Have a COVID-19 Test? Duri
Feb 4, 2021 Latest News - Pathology Explained

Pathology testing key to tracing more infectious strains of COVID-19

A number of new concerning variants of the COVID-19 virus have begun to appear across the globe. The B.1.1.7 strain, commonly referred to as
Feb 4, 2021 Pathology Explained

EXPLAINER: How do we know what strains of COVID-19 are circulating in Australia?

Table of Content What is genome sequencing? Why do we need genome sequencing for COVID-19? I tested positive for COVID-19. How do
Feb 4, 2021 Pathology Explained

Cervical screening guideline changes – what do they mean for patients?

It is World Cancer Day (4th February 2021) and one of Australia’s biggest success stories in cancer screening is the National Cervical Scr
Feb 4, 2021 Latest News

World Cancer Day – take the 21-day challenge

Thursday 4th February 2021 is World Cancer Day and the theme this year is the '21 Day Impact Challenge'. It is said that it takes 21 days t