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Brave Elly on the march for melanoma!

Brave Elly on the march for melanoma!

Our very own Elly Bradshaw, who was recently diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma, is participating in the Melanoma March; ‘Marching for a Cure’ on Sunday April 2nd along with all her family and friends. Her goal is to raise $10,000 for Melanoma research. The PRC Foundation has contributed $5000 so lets see if we can help […]

Steps Towards Better Health

During the month of April, we will be promoting the PerthRadClinic Foundation and the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research throughout our Perth Radiological Clinics. We will be raising funds to improve our understanding of some of the major diseases that affect our community. We hope that by working together with the Harry Perkins Institute we […]

Terrific Trailblazers!

Congratulations to PRC’s Dr Susan Lamp and Linda Malinowski who together with Paul Luke’s wife Caroline and another friend, Fiona Krantz, successfully completed the  50km Oxfam Trailwalker 2016. The team, dubbed the Arachnoid Sisters (8 legs between them) was the first over 50’s team and first team in healthcare to cross the line in just 12 […]

HBF Run for a Reason

Congratulations to radiographer Scott Gaynor who participated with his friends in the HBF run for a reason, here is his story:   “My best friend from school Ben McCracken was diagnosed with brain cancer in April 2012. He had a de-bulking done here in Perth by a neurosurgeon but was then told nobody in WA […]

PerthRadClinic Foundation funds new imaging expert

Radiologist and nuclear medicine specialist, Dr Liesl Celliers, has been appointed in a new position which aims to fast-track cancer research at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. The new position has resulted from an exciting new collaboration between the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and Perth Radiological Clinic’s charity the PerthRadClinic Foundation. […]

Spin Superstars!

Congratulations to PET/Nuclear Medicine technologist Angela Cain (centre above) and her Kingsway Roos Netball Club team mates, who participated in the SolarisCare Spin for Cancer at Brookfield Place on the 21st April. The team of seven girls rode for 12 continuous hours, cycling 430kms and raised over $1000 for cancer patients & their carers here […]

Cancer patients to benefit from unique collaboration

Research in Western Australia is set to benefit from an exciting new collaboration between the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and Perth Radiological Clinic’s philanthropic trust the PerthRadClinic Foundation. Together they have established the Perth Radiological Clinic Associate in Translational Imaging – a three year clinical research position at the Harry Perkins Institute of […]