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More evidence ultrasound can help in battle against Alzheimer’s disease
New practices improved stroke care
Trial drug may block early stages of COVID-19, study in human cells shows
Australians living with an incurable blood cancer set to receive new reimbursed treatment option
Kiwis living with an incurable blood cancer set to receive newly reimbursed treatment option
NTU scientists develop handheld, high-resolution medical imaging device with potential for bedside
New Rating Scale Developed to Quantify Cerebrovascular Damage
Two-step method patches herniated discs
Dr Anna Waterhouse speaks at Sydney Ideas
A weak heart also damages brain
Tumor Blood Vessel Detection by a Gripping Force Feedback System
Research pinpoints rogue cells at root of autoimmune disease
Dismantling drug resistance in colorectal cancer
‘Body-on-Chip’ technology could accelerate drug testing
Benefits of good fats might start before we’re born: new study
New device may reduce risks in common medical procedure
Douglas Hanahan appointed Distinguished Scholar of Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
Heart health warning as Australians face smoke haze
Ageing eye conditions you need to know about
Using a chip to find better cancer fighting drugs
NTU Singapore scientists find easier way to harvest healing factors from adult stem cells
Stress, it’s in our blood: Your body clock may determine cardiovascular risks
Mother, daughter reindeer back on holiday duty after surgeries
Mother, daughter back on holiday duty after surgeries
Hydrogels control inflammation to help healing
Research key to saving hearts this Christmas
NHMRC Ideas Grant success
Dr Mary Kavurma awarded NHMRC Grant
$3m to strengthen Centenary Institute research
Tips for healthy ageing eyes
Respiration key to increase oxygen in brain
Uncovering hidden challenges in treating pelvic organ prolapse
New funding boost for dementia-focused research at Curtin
Cancer associated with a more than doubled risk of dying from stroke
UniSA biomedical engineer wins prestigious grant to tackle global health issue for pregnant women
Researcher exercises change of heart
Women more likely to survive stroke but have poorer recovery than men, study shows
Scientists close in on malaria vaccine
Research a step toward a malaria vaccine
Diabetes and heart disease threat not on our radar
Tiny transporters could deliver treatment to stroke patients
University of Sydney team wins global BioMod competition
Australia under pressure
Study links high-salt diet and cognitive impairment
Study sheds new light on growth of bladder cancer
Immune reaction causes malaria organ damage
Scientists recognised as future leaders in research innovation
Side Sleep in Pregnancy to Reduce Stillbirth Risk