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Roaring Twenties Ball

26 Jan 2015

Clifford Craig Funding Leads to Significant Cancer Breakthrough

19 Nov 2014

In 2007, LGH Gastroenterologist Ass/Prof Shan Rajendra successfully applied to the Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust for funding to enable a study to be undertaken that would look at biopsies of patients at the LGH with a range of oesophageal disorders to see if there was evidence of the human papillomavirus (HPV). He hypothesised that

Research Update – Understanding the Biological Function of Glaucoma Causing Genes

Glaucoma is an eye disease in which the optic nerve at the back of the eye is slowly destroyed. Over 300,000 Australians have glaucoma and while it is more common as people age, it can occur at any age. As our population becomes older, the proportion of glaucoma patients is increasing. A team of Launceston

Project 135: Chemotherapy review

12 Nov 2014

Dr Kirin Virik – Project on hold