17 February 2021
A new project led by the Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) aims to reduce the number of babies...

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15 February 2021
Aspirin should be favoured over warfarin to prevent blood clotting in children who undergo a surgery that...

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03 February 2021
Australia's and New Zealand's first set of clinical guidelines for children's head injuries has been...

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28 January 2021
The Murdoch Children's Research Institute congratulates philanthropists Dr George and Mrs Joan Lefroy for...

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27 January 2021
New research has shown disadvantaged mothers' mental health and wellbeing improved after regular maternal...

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12 January 2021
Join UooUoo on a colourful outdoor adventure to help raise funds for the The Royal Children's Hospital and...

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17 December 2020
Murdoch Children's Research Institute (MCRI) Director, Professor Kathryn North AC, MCRI global ambassador,...

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16 December 2020
Testing new treatments for genetic skeletal disorders and improving rapid diagnoses for neurogenetic...

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15 December 2020
An idea for an osteoarthritis drug that targets cartilage degradation has won Murdoch Children's Research...

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11 December 2020
Two Murdoch Children's Research Institute researchers have been awarded grants to support their work in...

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03 December 2020
A new research project has been created to better understand and address the health care and service needs...

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02 December 2020
Differences in the immune systems and better blood vessel health were among the factors protecting children...

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30 November 2020
** TRIGGER WARNING **  (This article contains information about self-harm in children)New research reveals...

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26 November 2020
Fiji's national vaccine program against pneumonia, a serious lung condition, and rotavirus, a common...

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24 November 2020
Sarah & Lachlan Murdoch have announced a $5 million endowment to the Murdoch Children's Research Institute,...

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