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Jul 9, 2015 People of pathology

The hidden healthcare heroes saving soldiers’ lives

The hard work and dedication of pathology professionals is mostly unseen by the public in civilian life but is even more invisible when it c
Jun 24, 2015 Pathology Explained - Real-life stories

Get on this list to be a lifesaver

People aged between 18 and 45 are being urged to sign up to save a life by joining the Australian Bone Marrow Donor Registry (ABMDR). The
Jun 24, 2015 Pathology Explained

Men’s health: much more than ‘man flu’

Men are often portrayed as likely to complain about a cold (or ‘man flu’) but otherwise reluctant to visit the GP for a check-up or to s
Jun 24, 2015 Real-life stories

Pathology helps Karen fight cancer

Fifty-one year old Karen van Gorp has learned the value of pathology through her diagnosis and treatment for stage IV melanoma. Karen is a
Jun 14, 2015 Real-life stories

Saving lives – fast

Major transfusion saves Riley’s life You’d never know to look at him running around, but 6 year old Riley came within a whisker of dea
May 14, 2015 Real-life stories

Managing Myeloma

It’s fair to say Lynette’s had a rough trot of it recently. Widowed recently for the second time, she was still grieving for her husba
Mar 23, 2015 Real-life stories

Pathology confirms the cause of Erin’s ‘unexplained’ anaemia

Dr Erin Murphy, an emergency registrar based in Bendigo, knows professionally and personally the importance of pathology in diagnosing and t
Feb 18, 2015 Pathology Explained

How testing technology is protecting pregnancies

Expectant mothers undergo a number of pathology tests to find out about the health of their babies. Non Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) is
Apr 4, 2014 Real-life stories

Pathology Told Me My Ovarian Cancer Was Gone

Julie is a Melbourne based teacher and busy mother of three. It was an incredible shock to her when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in