Only just recently diagnosed with cancer, Anthony Salvatore has raised over $55,000 for the ONJ Cancer Wellness & Research Centre
Meet the researchers contributing to the evidence on how wellness and supportive care programs help people with cancer.
The Hon Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, Jenny Mikakos, visited Austin Health’s Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre to discuss the dangers associated with diving into shallow water.
Diamond Creek Op Shop and Advance Care Planning volunteers were recognised for their incredible contribution to their local communities.
A reminder that Australia Day can be a day of sorrow for some, and thoughts on how to respond with sensitivity.
41,717 calls received in 2018 with queries ranging from concerns about weight-loss medications purchased online to snake bites and accidental toy ingestion.
Professor Sam Berkovic explains the link between epilepsy research and déjà vu.
Hospital Medical Officer, Dr Luke Fletcher and Clinical Toxicology Fellow, Dr Yit Hung Leang have created an app to have easier and quicker access to clinical toxicology guidelines.
Club members ran to raise funds for Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre
The Palliative Care team at ONJ have increased the number of eye donations.
The trial hopes to help sufferers with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) better manage their condition.
Two Austin Health research projects have received funding from the State Government’s ‘Better Care Victoria Innovation Fund’ this week to enhance patient care.
Sisters raise close to $10,000 for Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre through their annual bake sale.
Jake shares how his passion for creating and fitting custom prosthetics empowers patients to live life to the fullest.
A total of $600,000 in grants provided to the ONJ Centre since 2014.
Professor of Psychiatry, Richard Kanaan, is developing a treatment for the condition.
Today we welcomed 62 new medical interns to Austin Health.
A project led by the Parent-Infant Research Institute aiming to improve health outcomes for women suffering postnatal depression has received a $350,000 boost.