Promoted Clinicals

Breast cancer updates

Prevention of breast cancer is medically possible. In Australia, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. In women with moderately (1.5 to 3 times average) and highly (3 times average or greater) increased lifetime risk of breast cancer, personalised risk reducing strategies are available. For example, five years of tamoxifen has been shown, in international studies involving thousands of women, to reduce the relative risk of breast cancer by at least 40% for those who have moderate to high lifetime risk of breast cancer.... Read More...

Management of cardiovascular concerns during the pandemic

SARS-CoV-2, known as COVID-19, brought the world to a screeching halt nearly two and a half years ago. The emergent global collaboration resulted in enhanced understanding of the disease, fast-paced production of molecular and antibody-based assays to assist in management and finally, 10 different vaccines (Emergency Use Listing, WHO) to enable prevention.... Read More...