Hope-builders’ untied donation to continue supporting ongoing medical research Hope-builders in our journey of giving hope and changing lives. Wendy and Alan Grummitt share why
Over the past year, the impact of medical research has been phenomenal as the attention of the world continues to focus on new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat COVID-19. Undoubtedly, the most remarkable success has been the development of COVID-19 vaccines which may well be our only way out of this pandemic.
In Issue 67, read updates from the COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Centre, hear about how a mother’s love is creating connections, how the Wesley Medical Research Biobank is giving hope to medical research, a spotlight article on two of our wonderful hope-builders, and more.
A new clinical trial at Wesley Medical Research aims to balance gut bacteria and significantly improve debilitating symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease including constipation and gut dysfunction.
Endometriosis is experienced by one in nine Australian women. For many women, however, diagnosis of endometriosis can often take more than a decade. With awareness, this will change.
At the height of COVID-19, Wesley Medical Research launched the COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Centre with the aim of supporting Australians that are critically-ill, those on the frontline, those suffering with pre-existing conditions, and those who are vulnerable to mental health concerns.