Case Report 03 February 2015 Dr Devora Lieberman

Why can’t Rita get pregnant?

Rita, a 34-year-old nulligravida, presents with her husband, Stewart, for investigation of a 13-month history of primary infertility.
Case Report 11 November 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

A patient with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome

Maureen, a 54-year-old woman with a history of lifelong atopic asthma, presented with shortness of breath. She smoked 20 cigarettes daily - overall, a 30 pack-year history. 
Therapy Update 02 October 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

Promising prostate cancer research

A breakthrough in prostate cancer treatment has the potential to be practice-changing.
Case Report 09 September 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

Malaria signs mask Hodgkin's lymphoma

Malaria-like symptoms lead to a surprising diagnosis for a young woman.
Therapy Update 02 September 2014 Dr Terri Foran

Cervical screening - then and now

Australian Doctor takes a look at cervical cancer screening, from the Pap test’s development in the 1920s to recent moves towards HPV-based testing.
Therapy Update 20 August 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

Imaging in breast cancer

What role should MRI play in breast cancer screening and management? The increasing use of magnetic resonance imaging in breast cancer screening and management of early breast cancer is a ‘hot-button' issue.
Case Report 12 August 2014 Associate Professor Sandra Turner, Dr Lucinda Morris

Analgesics and palliative radiation

A 57-year-old male presented to his GP with new onset of severe occipital headache. He had a history of Gleason 4+5=9 prostate cancer diagnosed 10 years prior to this presentation, which was treated with radical prostatectomy.
Therapy Update 10 July 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

Liquid biopsies

A tool that measures circulating tumour cells could soon play an important role in cancer detection. The medical profession has waited a long time for a reliable blood test to detect cancer.
Case Report 08 July 2014 Associate Professor Amanda McBride

Tricky diagnosis for a non-smoker

A middle-aged non-smoker receives devastating news.
Case Report 17 June 2014 Dr Robert Hitchins

Keeping watch on breast cancer

Mary, a 51-year-old woman, has attended your practice for many years along, with her daughter aged 21, son aged 18, and her 75-year-old mother.