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Aboriginal spirituality and patient care: new research pushing Indigenous health to the front

For NAIDOC Week, meet one of the few researchers studying the integration of Abo ...

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Attacking prostate cancer: a game of chess

A/Prof Louise Emmett has come to be a seasoned chess player against a formidable ...

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Nanoparticles: when a tiny particle could mean a giant leap for breast cancer

Early-career researcher Dr Elysse Filipe leverages novel engineering tool to enh ...

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Our charity Open Support celebrates 30 years of compassion in action

This is what happens when, together, we lift people up

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At the forefront of the long-term pandemic response

How our researchers are investigating “long-haul” COVID-19

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Keeping your bones and joints healthy

Did you know the human body contains 206 bones?

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How pain relief goes beyond painkillers

“No pain, no gain” say the athletes - however people living with chronic pain wo ...

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Tackling the burden of heart disease and early death in Type 1 diabetes

An innovative clinical study supported by St Vincent’s Clinic Foundation

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Helping Domestic Violence survivors to safety and independence

Marianne Ibrahim, Domestic Violence programme manager, talks about the domestic ...

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Open Support: 30 years of Mission in action

By Sr Clare Nolan, Congregational Leader, Sisters of Charity.

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Bowel Cancer: know the risk factors, act on symptoms, get screened

Bowel cancer is the second deadliest cancer in our country, claiming the lives o ...

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Making leaps in methods of treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Dr Simon Ghaly is investigating the efficacy of a new method of treatment for Ul ...

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St Vincent’s Clinic Foundation awards two grants supporting critical COVID-19 research projects

The COVID-19 grants bolster research work aiming to comprehend the virus long-te ...

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COVID-19 and mental health: five questions to our psychiatry specialist

It will be a long road back to normal life, and until then, it is particularly i ...

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How researchers have adjusted their way of working during COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the way we live and work, our researchers ...

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