The ultimate goal of saving more lives lost to liver cancer has become a promising reality, as a key medical research hub at Kogarah is given a solid boost.
St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation has received a major benefaction to deliver a study into the early detection of the disease.
Businessman and philanthropist, Sir Owen Glenn, has gifted the Australian-first ‘gut bug’ facility, the Microbiome Research Centre, $3 million across three years.
In what is the largest single private donation received by the foundation, this donation will fund a liver cancer study. (read more)