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15 years of research at PA Hospital

Patients have always been at the centre of research at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) – making the outcomes of research milestones more relevant at the bedside.

Can we fight fat with fat instead of exercise?

Many of us are a little too familiar with the term ‘battle of the bulge’, but new Queensland research is looking at how brown fat stores in our body might hold the key to staying slim.

Professor Ken Ho

Peptides a cancer relapse risk, says PAH endocrinology expert

Australia's pre-eminent expert on human growth hormone, Princess Alexandra Hospital's Professor Ken Ho, warns of the link between peptides which are a human growth hormone and the acceler

Bowel cancer screening kit

Bowel cancer screening essential for adults over 50

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program is encouraging men and women turning 50, 55, 60 or 65 to participate in bowel cancer screening as part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in June.

Dietitian Dr Katrina Campbell

PAH young achiever wins top nutrition award

Princess Alexandra Hospital dietitian Dr Katrina Campbell has been honoured with a national award by the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) less than 10 years after graduating from

Translational Research Institute atrium

Meeting of Minds: Delivering Excellence Through Integration of Reseach Education and Care

The inaugural Diamantina Health Partners Forum will bring together collaborators and partners for a stimulating program of presentations and panel discussions delivered by local, national

Dr David Looke

Antibiotic resistance a threat to modern medicine

The amazing medical leaps of the past five decades could be undone as a result of one major threat – antibiotic resistance.

Michael Scheutz

A new approach to treating trauma

Queensland medical experts are spearheading a new trauma care model they say will improve patient care from the roadside to recovery.

Kidneys in a human body

Kidneys come first on World Kidney Day

Queenslanders with diabetes and high blood pressure are encouraged to visit their doctor for a kidney health check in the lead up to World Kidney Day this Thursday 14 March.

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