News

  • Closing the gap for healthy hearts

    Having just been selected for the Sydney Swans Academy, 10-year-old Skout has come a long way since he was diagnosed with Acute Rheumatic Fever (ARF) days after his birthday earlier this year.
  • Life-changing treatment approved for CF kids aged 6-11

    A life-changing treatment is now available for children aged 6-11 years old living with cystic fibrosis, following the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration’s (TGA) approval of Trikafta for that age group.
  • Tackling climate change impact on mental health

    A suite of resources addressing the impact of climate change on mental health has been launched by Sydney Children’s Hospital Network and NSW Health to help support people through the current environmental crisis.
  • Improving quality of life after childhood cancer

    An Australian first study into childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) has provided insights into the ongoing impacts of treatment for children and their families over a 12 month period.
  • Neurologist wins at NSW Premier's Prizes

    Dr Sudarshini Ramanathan has been awarded an NSW Premier’s Prize for Science and Engineering – winning the category Early Career Researcher of the Year (Biological Sciences).

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