Gynaecological cancer during COVID-19

Gynaecological cancer during COVID-19

While surgery to our patients remains uninterrupted, the primary objective of this webpage is to keep our patients, doctors and nurses informed about changes that emerge on an almost daily basis. 

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Future of the COVID-19 vaccine

Prof Paul Young a virologist and scientist at UQ’s School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, presented during the second QCGC webinar on hopes and expectations for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Cervical cancer screening during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The Australian Department of Health has advised recently that it is important for Australian women to continue their cervical screening if it is due and also to present for any...

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How do I keep physically fit during COVID-19?

Prof Sandi Hayes, exercise physiologist and principle investigator of the ECHO trial recently presented at the QCGC Research COVID-19 webcast important tips on how to keep active during COVID-19.

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Impact of COVID-19 on gynaecological cancer treatment

On the 25 March 2020, all non-urgent elective surgery was temporarily suspended in Australia. Only Category 1 (cancer) and some urgent Category 2 surgery will continue until further notice.

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Ways to manage mental stress during COVID-19

Dr Tracey Gardner from Cancer Council Queensland recently presented at the QCGC Research COVID-19 webcast with some important tips on how manage mental stress.

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the COVID-19 Pandemic

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