Did you know that rare diseases are actually common? There are about 8000 rare diseases affecting an estimated 1.5 million Australians.
At this special Advocates Event, Associate Professor Robert Henderson and Professor David Coman will detail some research they are working on to give people with rare diseases better treatment options and offer a better quality of life.
On January 10, Wesley Medical Research hosts an annual celebration with family and friends of the Justin Cameron Cancer Care Foundation.
Thank you so much to the wonderful people who joined on the 4th of November to help celebrate the launch of our 25th anniversary of
On November 4th, at a special reception hosted by His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC, Governor of Queensland at Government House, stakeholders gathered to celebrate the launch of the 25th year of making a difference through medical research.
These photos were taken at our Advocates Event – Straight to the Heart: Cardiac Research Saving Lives.
Life-changing research conducted at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and Wesley Hospital is playing a major role in patients’ outcomes and their recovery post-cardiac surgery.
Researchers Dr Jonathon Fanning and Exercise Physiologist Jenna Taylor will discuss their innovative research designed to get patients back on their feet; returning to work and life sooner.
Prostate cancer is the third most common cancer death in Australia, with 20,000 diagnoses and close to 3,300 deaths each year. At this special Advocates Event, Urologist Dr John Yaxley, alongside Interventional Radiologist, Dr Nick Brown will shine the spotlight on two important areas of prostate cancer treatment: accurate and timely diagnosis and post-surgical care.
Thanks for dropping by at the Gluten Free Expo Brisbane, presented by Coeliac Australia. The two-day Gluten Free Expo was an annual celebration of Australia’s best gluten-free food producers.
Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 June 2019 9am – 4pm Daily
Our recent seminar ‘Unlocking the Brain’, was well received by the more than 80 people who turned up to see Dr Derik Steyn and Dr