31 Jan

Pathology is on the coronavirus case

New viruses in the coronavirus family often originate in animals and are then spread to humans, but how does knowing this help doctors and scientists to track and treat the latest outbreak? What happ
30 Jan

Digital descriptions of diagnostics – Lab Tests Online builds traction

New data released from Lab Tests Online Australasia (LTOAU) indicates that healthcare professionals and consumers are accessing the pathology information portal in greater numbers. Curated by an ed
29 Nov

Jason Clare MP meets the pathologist who diagnosed his melanoma

Federal parliamentarian for the NSW seat of Blaxland, Hon Jason Clare MP, has visited a pathology laboratory before, but his recent visit to Kossard Dermatopathologists, a laboratory specialising in s
13 Nov

Why pathology is a vital medical service – in sixty seconds

Pathology Awareness Australia aims to inform the public and politicians about the value of pathology so we created this handy 1-minute video based on information from The Economic Value of Pathology 2
31 Oct

One stop testing could improve treatment rates for hepatitis C

In Australia at the start of 2017, an estimated 199,230 people were living with chronic hepatitis C infection, which decreased to 182,144 by the end of that year. Between the end of 2016 and 2018 m
30 Oct

Unpacking the black box of pathology with AACB

The Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists’ (AACB) Annual Scientific Conference this month saw presentations and discussion on a broad range of pathology topics. We will be bringing you seve
30 Oct

Disruption discussion: looking to the future in pathology technology

The news is often full of stories about new technology that will change our lives and healthcare is a particular area where we often look to technology to help with complex problems. But what about
30 Oct

New data shows one third of SA women do not get enough Vitamin D in pregnancy

With so many things to think about during pregnancy, it can be difficult for expectant mothers to keep up, particularly with the latest advice on how to stay healthy. Health professionals can also fac
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