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SuperCycle is a week long 1000km bike ride through rural South Australia. It raises much-needed funds to build family-style accommodation in Adelaide for country cancer patients. Would you be able to ride 1000km in a week?

 
 
 

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The Hospital Research Foundation

The Hospital Research Foundation supports world-leading medical research undertaken in South Australia.

Choose to donate to medical research and you will be improving the lives of your own family and friends now and in the future.  Your donations will be supporting medical research into conditions such as Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Diabetes, Asthma, Arthritis and many more.

Hospital Home Lottery – Final Deadline has passed

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Thank you for your support! It is giving hope to the patients, staff and physicians and researchers at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research.

All prize draws will be completed by Wednesday 12 November 2014.

The draws for the Grand Prize Showhome along with the rest of the top valued prized will be televised Wednesday 12 November on Channel 9. Be sure to tune in to find out if you’re a winner. Good luck!

Latest News

31 Oct

Hospital Home Lottery Early Bird Winners Joy

What a life-changing day for Grace, the winner of our Hospital Home Lottery Early Bird prize, when she received a call at her home in Hindmarsh Island on Wednesday morning…

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29 Oct

Growing New Bones

You may know that researchers in the 90s discovered that milk had healing properties. This life-changing research project which could result in a treatment for osteoporosis and bone fractures all started with milk…

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29 Oct

Zooming In On Research

Research capability at the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) has taken a big leap forward with an exciting new arrival. The much anticipated Zeiss LMS700 confocal microscope recently installed in the laboratory is an Australian first and has already been fully booked by eager research teams…

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