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Annaliese’s inspiring walk leads to $15,200 for palliative care

Three new recliner chairs are providing much-needed comfort for patients at Laurel Hospice thanks to a huge fundraising effort from Annaliese Holland.

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Celebrating international success for hip replacement research

An international leader in his field, Dr Stuart Callary is once again hitting major milestones in improving outcomes for hip replacement patients.

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World-first transplant management research is on track

Investigating how to best manage a patient 24 hours after a kidney transplant. 

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Faecal transplants to help ease symptoms for Parkinson’s

People living with Parkinson’s Disease may have a new way to help manage their symptoms, which is linked with their gut.

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