News

  • Study reveals high-risk window for kidney transplant failure

    New research shows young people aged 15-25 are most likely to suffer kidney transplant failure due to non-compliance with medications, underlining the need for targeted care.

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  • Randwick Campus Redevelopment Project

    The NSW Government is investing $720 million in the Randwick Redevelopment Project which aims to transform the Randwick Campus into one of Australia’s leading providers of health and medical research services.

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  • When less is more

    Head injuries are one of the most common reasons children present in the emergency department. To rule out a serious brain injury, some children require a CT scan.

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  • Government's multi-million dollar announcement

    Patients living with Morquio A Syndrome will soon have free access to a life-saving drug thanks to the Government's recent multi-million dollar announcement.

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  • 2017 Gold Telethon raises over $6 million!

    Gold Telethon 2017 was an outstanding success, surpassing the fundraising target of $6 million! Thanks must go to the community, patients and families, our dedicated staff and volunteers, and a very generous viewing public.

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  • Tune in to Gold Telethon - Monday, 12 June

    Eleven-year-old Owen has been a patient of Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick since he was diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome at three years old. With one week until Gold Telethon, check out his #GoldMoments.

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