Jun 4, 2021 Hot Topics - Real-life stories

Nine news reporter sees his cancer up close

Channel Nine news reporter Will McDonald had never been fitter when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer at just 42 years old. In July 2
Jun 4, 2021 Hot Topics - 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 Hot Topics - 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 4, 2021 Hot Topics - 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 Hot Topics

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
Dec 18, 2020 Hot Topics - New breakthroughs

New measles surveillance data warns of a possible Australian outbreak

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) cases of measles have continued to climb across the world in recent years. Data from 2019 s
Nov 18, 2020 Hot Topics - Pathology Explained - People of pathology

What pathology professionals want you to know about cervical screening

We asked some of the people who perform your cervical screening tests inside a pathology laboratory to tell us their messages about cervical
Nov 18, 2020 Hot Topics - Pathology Explained - Real-life stories

What happens to your cervical screening test?

Pathology Awareness Australia took Sydney-sider Denise inside a pathology laboratory to find out about the cervical screening test process a
Nov 10, 2020 Events - Healthcare Professionals - Hot Topics - Pathology Explained

Your chance to ask the experts on cervical cancer this International Pathology Day

To celebrate International Pathology Day on Wednesday 11th November 2020, Pathology Awareness Australia will hold a Q&A session on Faceb
Nov 10, 2020 Hot Topics - Real-life stories

COVID disruption leaves Australia’s cervical cancer goals hanging in the balance

Pre-pandemic Australia was on track to eliminate cervical cancer by 2035,1 but recent data indicates a sharp drop in the number of Cervical