This ovarian cancer awareness month, our oncologist Dr Rosalie Stephens says that we must raise the profile of ovarian cancer here in New Zealand.
An exciting finding has potential for a new type of ‘universal’ cancer treatment.
On Sunday 9th February a team of Harbour staff, patients and friends will be taking part in the Coatsville fun run.
One of our inspiring patients, Tracey Hickman shares her story and explains how exercise helped her to get through her treatment: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/119485124/cancer-patient-runs-chicago-marathon-weeks-after-chemotherapy Our…
In our first episode, our Medical Oncologist Dr Sanjeev Deva is joined by Oncology Physiotherapist Megan Schmidt to discuss the importance of prescribed exercise in cancer treatment.
Surgeon, public health researcher, and MacArthur fellow Atul Gawande discusses his #1 NY Times bestseller, “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End.”
Watch this short clip of Raewyn who benefitted from both her individualised and group physiotherapy sessions through PINC and STEEL.