Published Articles

Quick thinking makes a crucial difference for a boy with leukaemia

The presentation was atypical in terms of symptoms, predisposing factors and cytogenetic studies.
04 December 2018

Gastric carcinoma

Read this How to Treat article and take the quiz to earn 2 RACGP QI&CPD points or 1 ACRRM point.
22 November 2018

A GP guide to MBS items for BRCA genes

Medicare rebates are now available for testing DNA variants of BRCA and other genes. Here’s a round-up of how and when to access them.
13 November 2018

A patient presents after a positive FOBT

Martha, a 59-year-old woman, was referred for a colonoscopy after having a positive faecal occult blood test (FOBT).
08 November 2018

A case of atypical respiratory distress

What would you have done with this presentation?
22 October 2018

The adult acute leukaemias

Read this How to Treat article and take the quiz to earn 2 RACGP QI&CPD points or 1 ACRRM point.
12 October 2018

A woman with breast cancer history develops sciatica

Cindy is a 60-year-old woman with a history of breast cancer that has been stable since surgical and adjuvant treatment five years ago.
20 September 2018

Peripheral neuropathy points to something sinister

This presentation can be caused by any number of conditions, some more concerning than others.
06 September 2018

The drugs that have cancer on the run

Checkpoint inhibitors offer another approach for tackling advanced melanoma.
27 August 2018

Taking aim at mutant genes to treat melanoma

After many years of standstill and unsuccessful attempts, therapeutic advances have significantly improved the survival of patients with melanoma.
20 August 2018