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National Support Boosts Local Heart Care

A groundbreaking new research project coordinated by The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) has secured national funding to change the way patients undergoing elective coronary stenting are treated across the state. read more

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Proudly Supporting World-Class Research for South Australians

The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is thrilled to be supporting the world-class Clinical Trials Centre at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH)! In October 2017, THRF proudly opened its own philanthropic hub at the RAH. Kickstarting our commitment to supporting translational medical research and patient care at the RAH, we have provided $1.6million in funding to allow for the construction and opening of the RAH’s own Clinical Trials Centre. read more

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National Grant Success Thanks to THRF Community

Thanks to our generous community, The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) supports lifesaving research that will see new and improved treatments for common diseases reach our community sooner. Just recently THRF directed $75,000 in funding to Dr Natasha Harvey and her world-class team at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB) to support their vital work into halting the spread of common cancers and the condition of lymphoedema. read more

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The Fight to Beat Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Head of the Cell Signalling Laboratory at the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB), Associate Professor Yeesim Khew-Goodall is leading a crucial research project focused on overcoming resistance to cancer therapy, particularly in triple negative breast cancer. read more

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Research Hope for Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Can you imagine being diagnosed with a type of cancer that has no targeted treatments? This could change thanks to researchers at the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) who are working hard to investigate possible treatments for triple negative breast cancer. read more

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New Hope for Short Bowel Syndrome Sufferers

Did you know there is currently no cure worldwide for short bowel syndrome? Dramatically impacting quality of life, people living with the syndrome are unable to absorb the vital nutrients we rely on every day from our food. read more