Sep 26, 2019 Hot Topics

Prostate cancer checks for politicians “may have saved lives” says Warren Entsch MP

Pathology testing for prostate cancer is crucial, so on 11th  September, Parliament House became a hub of pathology activity including onsi
Sep 26, 2019 New breakthroughs

Liquid biopsy could help catch aggressive prostate cancers earlier

Fast and accurate diagnosis of cancer is essential to give patients the best chance of beating the disease and new research from Queen Mary
Jun 12, 2019 People of pathology - Real-life stories

Prostate cancer survivor meets the doctor that diagnosed him 11 years ago

Image: Prostate cancer survivor Vincent Jenkins (R) has a rare chance to meet anatomical pathologist Dr Peter Nguyen (L) who made his life c
Mar 1, 2018 Pathology Explained

Health literacy is a tool of empowerment for cancer patients

It was a chance meeting in a coffee shop that first brought Ken Connell and David Wilson together. Ken, a prostate cancer survivor, discover
Sep 27, 2017 Politicians

Politicians receive prostate cancer blood tests in Parliament House

Earlier this month as part of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Pathology Awareness Australia and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PC
Sep 27, 2017 Pathology Explained

PSA testing – from confusion to consensus

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) testing has long been the subject of much debate among the medical fraternity leaving men scratching their h
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
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