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BHS Luncheon

Members of the Basil Hetzel Society gathered for their annual luncheon on October 3 at Kooyonga Golf Course. More than 100 guests heard from Professor Peter Hewett, Head of Colorectal Surgery – Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world. read more

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Ruffin Retires

Professor Richard Ruffin has retired from The Hospital Research Foundation recently after more than 15 years on the Board of Directors. read more

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Going Dry Pays Off

The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) raised almost $220,000 through Dry July this year. There were 1128 participants in South Australia, with many representing their local hospital after THRF extended the program to five regional hospitals. read more

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BHI Leads the way in Adelaide First

The installation of an In Vivo Imaging System will enable researchers at the Basil Hetzel Institute to track cancer cells, bacteria, proteins and antibodies. Almost all areas of research will make use of the machine purchased by The Hospital Research Foundation. read more

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Bench to Bedside Pays Off

Chronic Rhinosinusitis (CRS) is a disease that can significantly reduce the quality of life for those who suffer from it. Dr Camille Jardeleza MD from the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Department at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital said South Australia has a particularly high rate of CRS. read more

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Under Our Roof Begins

The Under Our Roof project has begun. A new sign has been unveiled at the Nicholls Terrace property and the demolition of the original house is completed. read more

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Stop Smoking Success

A recent stop-smoking study targeting in-patients across three Adelaide hospitals has resulted in benefits for patients as well as the healthcare system. read more