What is pathology?
Learn who performs your tests and see the technologies that help them
Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the world’s first cancer vaccine and a report released last month has highlighted some pretty amazing consequences of that vaccine. The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, co-developed by Aussie legend Professor Ian Frazer, and first administered in Australia on 29 August 2006, is now provided for free to all 12 to […]
For the first time in Australia, whole genome sequencing is available, offering hope to Australian families affected by rare, genetic conditions and with the potential to further scientific knowledge around the world. Whole genome sequencing is the process of analysing a person’s entire genetic material. A sophisticated sequencing system, the only one in Australia, is […]
The chances are you’ve seen a headline over the last month along the lines of “Universal cancer test breakthrough”. But what is the test and are we really on the brink of a “one test fits all” for cancer diagnosis? The majority of our DNA is contained within a packet in our cells called the […]