A career pivot after coronavirus | Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
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Lifehouse made the news in May with stories of courage from our staff, a groundbreaking clinical trial for prostate cancer treatment, and a discussion with our Chief Clinical Officer on delays in cancer diagnosis during COVID-19. Catch up on all the coverage here.

  • Lifehouse has enrolled the first patient in a new trial investigating treatment for high risk, clinically localised prostate cancer. Read more about it in Uro Today or on our blog.
  • Medical adviser and mum Ivana Rapajic-Moran shares her experience with ovarian cancer for World Ovarian Cancer Day on 9 News.
  • Nurse assistant Suzi Hannan appears on ABC 7.30 and ABC News as one of many Australian workers who have made a career pivot following coronavirus. Formerly a flight attendant, Suzi made the switch to nursing when the pandemic broke out. She now works as a nurse assistant in the ICU here at Lifehouse, and plans to return to university to become re-registered as a nurse. Good on you Suzi!
  • Prof Michael Boyer appeared on Afternoons with Deborah Knight to discuss cancer screening and diagnosis during the coronavirus pandemic. He urges anyone with symptoms to get checked, and to not put off a regular check-up or screening appointment.
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