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News October 2016

In Memory of Leeanne

Maxine Norton has high hopes for a world free of the heartbreak caused by cancer. At 90 years old, Maxine has been… Read More

News October 2016

World First Project Gives Hope to Prostate Cancer

Your generous support of world-class research through the RAH Research Fund is providing a boost to research undertaken by Professor Gary Wittert,… Read More

News October 2016

Adelaide at the Forefront of Treatment for Pancreatitis

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) could soon be home to an Australian-first – a new treatment for people suffering from chronic pancreatitis…. Read More

News October 2016

Jumping on the Bike for Cancer Research

The members of The Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRAB) are passionate about supporting the work of cancer researchers at the Royal Adelaide… Read More

A Promising Protein to Target Lung Cancer – Thanks to You!

Can you imagine a world free of the heartbreak from lung cancer? Thanks to your support of the RAH Research Fund, researchers… Read More

News July 2016

Kidney Research – It’s Changing Lives

For young women and men living with kidney disease, the decision to start a family can be a difficult one. What are… Read More

News July 2016

Become a Hospital Hero!

You can join an exceptional group of people who help make the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) the best place for you and… Read More

News July 2016

Investigating the Safety of E-cigarettes on Your Health

Thanks to your support, we’re able to fund a variety of researchers working towards a common goal – the improved health and… Read More

News July 2016

An Exciting New Partnership!

We are very excited to announce a new partnership with Quest on Franklin! The popular hotel has generously offered discounted accommodated for… Read More

News July 2016

Can You Imagine a World Free of Breast Cancer?

In the world of science, a paper published in the journal Nature, the “Mount Everest” for researchers, is an incredible achievement. For Dr… Read More

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