In a world first trial, Australian researchers have found that robotic-assisted prostatectomy is providing equal outcomes for urinary and erectile function to open prostatectomy.
A new world first Centre for Research Excellence in Prostate Cancer Survivorship, based in Queensland, is just one of the beneficiaries of new funding from the prestigious National Health and Medical Research Council.
Men with prostate cancer undergo unique psychological and physical barriers to maximising their health, but a Griffith Health Institute study has found exercise may play a vital role for men, especially if it is tailored to the individual
Griffith University postdoctoral researcher, Dr Louisa Windus has been awarded 3rd prize in the prestigious Eureka Prize by the Australian Museum. The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes were announced in Sydney on 4 September in the presence of 700 science, government, cultural and media leaders. Dr Windus received the award for the image ‘Chemokine receptor expression […]
Facing the Tiger- A Guide for Men with Prostate Cancer and the People who Love them, is a no-nonsense game plan for living with prostate cancer, by Griffith Health Institute Professor, Suzanne Chambers