An adaptive clinical trial for Australians living with MS is hoping to reverse neurological damage caused by progressive multiple sclerosis.
The novaLUM II-X system brings together Charm’s ATP (adenosine triphosphate) detection technology and new novaLINK 5 software for a system designed to make sanitation verification, corrective action and documentation easier.
Funded by an Australian Government regional aid grant, the EPICC consortium will work to eliminate cervical cancer in the Indo-Pacific region.
The World Health Organization has shared an update on the increase in respiratory illnesses among children in northern China.
Thanks to research from the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, a reduction in unnecessary glucose testing may well be one of the silver linings of the pandemic.
Patients suffering from a chronic cough should have that cough thoroughly investigated if there are any red flags for an underlying disease, suggest new recommendations.
While welcoming a decision to extend the period GPs can adminster opioid dependence treatment drugs, a longer-term solution is needed, RACGP says.
The project will build on WEHI's breakthrough discovery of proteins that can identify early pancreatic cancer in patients.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care has released its most recent report into the nation's antibiotic use and resistance.
Two University of Sydney-led studies have given further weight to the benefits of delayed cord clamping.
This Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, the GI Cancer Institute is calling for donors to back the launch of a potentially life-changing clinical trial in Australia.
Cancer care provider Icon Group's compounding arm, Slade Health, has opened a new TGA licensed facility in Woodville, South Australia.
A new study reports that the use of oral contraceptives may affect fear-related brain morphology, knowledge that could deepen understanding of fear-related mechanisms.
Using a specialised air ventilation system, these rooms function as a protective shield for some of the sickest and most vulnerable children.
A novel exercise intervention being trialled by the University of South Australia researchers, in partnership with Arthritis SA, could help improve physical function and quality of life in people.