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News May 2016

Intervening on a Global Problem – Lower Back Pain

Affecting an estimated 84 per cent of people at some stage of their lives, lower back pain has become an area in… Read More

News May 2016

Bench to Bedside Approach for Inflammatory Disease Research

Associate Professors Susanna Proudman and Vidya Limaye, rheumatologists at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, are some of the first to take a bench… Read More

News March 2016

At the Heart of Medical Research

Patient volunteers are critical to successful medical research. They are the people who offer their valuable time to help researchers better understand… Read More

News January 2016

Young Minds of Research: Pregnancy Immunology

University of Adelaide Medicine Student, Anna Zeng is hoping to help women around the world by predicting the risk and onset of… Read More

News January 2016

The Power of Protein: Managing Type 2 Diabetes

We’ve all heard about the benefits of protein in the diet, but did you know it could also have a beneficial effect… Read More

News January 2016

Preventing Neck Dislocation

PhD student Ryan Quarrington is pursuing his love of mechanical engineering and interest in research by examining Cervical Facet Dislocation, a potentially… Read More

Haematology January 2016

“Medical Research Saved My Life”

Michael Jordan was 16 years old living life to the fullest when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL). His life… Read More

Investigating the Spread of Cancer

Metastasis – the spread of cancers to secondary sites in the body is the main cause of death in many types of… Read More

News January 2016

Easy EFTPOS Payments and Shorter Queues!

The Royal Adelaide Hospital Kiosk run by the RAH Auxiliary is excited to now be able to provide EFTPOS machines with PayWave… Read More

Supporter Stories January 2016

Community Spirit Boosts the RAH Research Fund!

The RAH Research Fund has been so thankful for the support of the community with its two most recent fundraising events. On… Read More

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