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Mar 3, 2016 Pathology Explained

Obama launches ‘Take Your Child to the Lab’ Week

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Feb 26, 2016 Pathology Explained

From Melbourne to Mackay; taking parliamentarians inside the labs that save lives

Since the Know Pathology Know Healthcare initiative began we have been inviting parliamentarians to see inside the engine room of healthcare
Feb 26, 2016 Real-life stories

Saving Sarah: how pathology was vital when Sarah gave birth to baby Malakai

Sarah Davis is a Melbourne mum who truly understands pathology’s value for new and expecting mothers. When Sarah gave birth to her first
Feb 17, 2016 Real-life stories

Why paying attention to her toilet movements saved Deb Weeks’ life

When Deb Weeks was diagnosed with bowel cancer, she had been feeling the best she’d felt in her whole life. She’d turned 40 just months
Feb 14, 2016 Pathology Explained

Mouldy what? This funny-sounding instrument has cut some pathology turnaround times from days to minutes

Microbiology is an area of pathology that looks at microorganisms such as bacteria. Bacteria can cause well known infections including golde
Jan 29, 2016 Real-life stories

“Thanks to pathology my little girl is now an amazing young woman”

Karyn Synnott, a mother of two from Hobart, knows that without pathology, her daughter Ashlee would not have been able to manage her Cystic
Jan 28, 2016 Real-life stories

“Without pathology I don’t know where we’d be”

In 2011, at the age of 70, Hamish Campbell was treated for kidney stones. He was referred to a urologist for follow up treatment who decided
Jan 28, 2016 Real-life stories

Pathology gave Diane answers when no one else could

Diane from New South Wales was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis last year. “Last year, on the 16th May, I had a seizure at work. I’d
Jan 27, 2016 Real-life stories

Brave Ben beat bowel cancer and now wants to be a doctor himself

Sydney based Ben Bravery was diagnosed with bowel cancer at just 28 years old. In September 2010, Ben was living in China when he first exp