Pig hunting, robotic surgery and feeling lucky to be alive - Lifehouse in the news | Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
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Catch up on the latest news stories featuring Lifehouse.

  • Kailem’s Dog a Hog Day for Cancer fundraiser will be held on July 28 this year at the Crossroads Hotel, Tomingley. This event was created in memory of Kailem Barwick who underwent treatment at Lifehouse but succumbed to Ewing’s sarcoma in December 2016. This fundraiser hopes to beat its 2017 record of $26,000 to help families with children undergoing cancer treatment.
  • Dr Scott Leslie and Dr Ruban Thanigasalam talk with the Australian Financial Review about robotic surgery in Australia and the future of the industry
  • Read about how Ben Smith is “lucky to be alive” after his diagnosis with testicular cancer and urges all men to get themselves checked regularly.
  • Former Home and Away star Johnny Ruffo shared his story of his emergency brain surgery after being diagnosed with brain cancer last year, including his experience of radiotherapy treatment here at Lifehouse.
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