News and Media

Apr 29, 2016 New breakthroughs

Time and money – how genetic testing improves targeted treatment for bowel cancer

Cancer treatment has made enormous progress in the last decade and continues to move forward at a rapid pace as scientists learn more about
Apr 29, 2016 Pathology Explained

How watching an AFL match prompted one man to get the test that saved his life

Graeme Woolridge is alive today thanks to pathology. A routine blood test at his GP in 2009 triggered a cascade of investigations that ident
Apr 29, 2016 People of pathology

Getting the microbiology bug: Dr Petra Derrington tells us what fascinates her about microbiology

Microbiology deals with diseases caused by infectious agents (known as pathogens) such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. Microbiolo
Apr 13, 2016 Pathology Explained

Value of Pathology: new report

Download the full Value of Pathology report or an infographic including key pathology facts. Pathology testing saves lives and money a
Apr 12, 2016 The Doctor’s Doctor

The Economic Value of Pathology report

Download the full Value of Pathology report or an infographic including key pathology facts. Pathology testing saves lives and money acc
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
Apr 1, 2016 Pathology Explained

Report reveals 8 million Australians to enter high risk zone for bowel cancer by 2026

Pathology testing the key to beating Australia’s 2nd biggest cancer killer. A recent report commissioned by Bowel Cancer Australia has
Apr 1, 2016 Pathology Explained

What the 6 most common pathology tests reveal about your health

Over 500 million pathology tests were ordered for Australians in the last 12 months, covering a vast array of diseases and conditions from c
Apr 1, 2016 Real-life stories

“Giving up is not an option” – how pathology helps Ron fight cancer

Fifty-nine-year-old cancer patient Ron Nothman says that pathology is a lifeline for him, his partner and his doctors. “For me patholog
Mar 16, 2016 Real-life stories

Pap test: a little awkward for a lot of peace of mind

Article by Melanie Whelan, March 15 2016. See the original Courier article here: http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/3792940/pap-test-a-lit