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Unique bladder cancer research set to start

An entirely new way to treat bladder cancer is a significant step closer following the recruitment of the first patient to the SUBDUE trial based at Fiona ... more

Professor Dickon Hayne

Professor David Fletcher retires with accolades and warm thanks

After 50 years in medicine, surgeon Professor David Fletcher will hang up his scrubs for the last time this month.

‘Prof’, as he is affe... more

Professor David Fletcher

Leading the way in health care security

Risks to patients and staff at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) can be pinpointed within seconds thanks to new state-of-the-art security technology, combined w... more

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Former burns patient helps produce unique healing device

Collaboration between Fiona Stanley Hospital’s State Adult Burns Unit staff and a young patient has led to the creation of a new device to assist in ... more

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Meet the Spinnaker Health Research Foundation 2020 Research Awards recipients

Spinnaker Health Research Foundation has awarded more than $145,000 in its annual research grant to 10 recipients including one project which will explore ... more

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Medical staff honoured for their contributions

Medical staff honoured for their contributions

Once again the exceptional talent of our medical staff has been recognised at the Fi... more

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Theatre waste recycling wins hands down

Hand towels used across Fiona Stanley Hospital operating theatres – known as huck towels – are no longer going to landfill thanks to an excitin... more

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Researcher works to blow rogue cancer’s cover

Fiona Stanley Hospital oncologist Dr Indunil Weerasena is on a mission to blow the cover of a highly aggressive and difficult-to-detect form of breast canc... more

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Shining a light on pioneering research

Learn about the research potential offered by machines and devices capable of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, nanotechnology, bioinformatics and ... more

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Research aims to head off heart failure admissions

GPs treating patients with heart failure will get support to deliver best-practice care thanks to a new research project based at Fiona Stanley Hospital.more

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