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    taTME Surgical Workshop - 21st April 2016

    Cabrini hosts an international surgical workshop on trans-anal total mesolectal excision (taTME)

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    New journal article published - 18th April 2016

    Innovative bowel cancer research published by team at Cabrini Health

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    $2 Million Research Grant Awarded - 31st March 2016

    The Cabrini Monash University Department of Surgery and Let’s Beat Bowel Cancer are proud to announce the awarding of a major Victorian Cancer Agency (VCA) grant to the partnership formed between our research platform in health and our research partners at Monash University. This major grant confirms the importance of the tissue and data bowel cancer research platform that we have built at Cabrini and the importance of our working partnerships with collaborators at Monash University and the Monash Comprehensive Cancer Consortium.

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    Fit and forty with cancer diagnosis - 1st February 2016

    Justin McLean at forty had a successful career, a happy family life and a passion for cycling. It didn't seem possible that anything would change.

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    2015 AL Polglase Visiting Professorship - 7th December 2015

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    2015 AL Polglase Visiting Professor Public Lecture - 24th November 2015

    Public Lecture Invitation: 'Colorectal Cancer - Can We Do Better?'

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    2014 AL Polglase Visiting Professor announced. - 22nd September 2014

    The 2014 AL Polglase Visiting Professor in Colorectal Surgery will be Dr George Chang. Dr Chang is Chief, Colon and Rectal Surgery MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

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    Tennis star raising awareness of bowel cancer - 10th March 2014

    Andrew Florent, a former Davis Cup tennis star, has bowel cancer and wishes he had not ignored the symptoms. By the time he was diagnosed with bowel cancer he had secondary cancer of the liver. At the young age of 42, he was told he had between four and eighteen months to live.

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    A new life begins for medical evacuation PNG patient - 1st February 2014

    Kingsford Guri (27) of PNG has had life-changing corrective surgery, thanks to Cabrini and Children First Foundation.

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    Visiting Professorship naming honour - 30th November 2013

    The Cabrini Monash Department of Surgery is pleased to announce the inauguration of the ‘Adrian Polglase Visiting Professorship’.

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