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Oct 23, 2015 Pathology Explained

“Pathology is vital when you’re battling cancer”

It is an impressive statistic that pathology is used to diagnose 100% of cancers, but this is not the end of pathology’s involvement in he
Sep 25, 2015 Real-life stories

How pathology helped a father save his son’s life

In 2010 Lyall Smith, from Robinvale in rural Victoria, opted to undergo surgery to donate one of his kidneys to his then 31-year old son, Br
Sep 25, 2015 Pathology Explained

Fact not fiction: five pathology myths debunked

As the ‘black box’ of healthcare, pathology is plagued by perpetual myths and misunderstandings. We’re sharing five of our favourit
Sep 25, 2015 Serving remote communities

Bringing the lab to the bush: pathology in rural and remote communities

The welcome sign at Nhulunbuy airport -  pathology samples are flown to Darwin for complex tests during rainy season Poor access to heal
Sep 25, 2015 The Doctor’s Doctor

Yes Prime Minister – Malcolm Turnbull suggests a TV show about pathology

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull learns about the engine room of healthcare Malcolm Turnbull may have been in the news a lot recently follow
Sep 23, 2015 Our Supporters

Association of People with HIV Aus

  NAPWHA is Australia’s peak non-government organisation representing people living with HIV.  They provide advocacy, policy,
Aug 21, 2015 Pathology Explained

The 50 year old blood test still saving lives

Many people may not be aware that every Australian’s first encounter with pathology takes place within the first few hours of life. Bab
Aug 21, 2015 Pathology Explained

How pathology keeps our blood supply pumping

No one wants to be in a situation where they need a blood transfusion but unfortunately many people need donated blood in Australia every da
Aug 21, 2015 People of pathology

For the love of blood

Haematology is the study of blood. The work of a laboratory haematologist focuses on diseases affecting the blood. When investigating blood
Aug 17, 2015 People of pathology

It’s not you it’s me: when giving blood is for the donor

Sometimes giving blood can be really good for you. Haemochromatosis is a genetic condition that affects 1 in 200 Australians. Sometimes k