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Long term donors recognised at this year’s Mater Research...
For Danielle and Phil, the road to parenthood was neither smooth nor easy.
Following a three year struggle to fall pregnant, including one early miscarriage, Danielle was filled with “the most amazing feeling in the world” on the day she found out she was pregnant.
And the best news of all, Danielle and Phil were due to have twins.
All was well until, at a routine appointment at 21 weeks of pregnancy, the worst news imaginable was delivered to Danielle and Phil. No heart beat could be found in one of their twins. Sadly, he had passed away in-utero. They named him Archie.
They decided to carry on with the pregnancy, knowing now that the risk of pre-term birth for their other baby, Solomon, was more significant than ever before ...
Bailey and Bella's story
Jess feared the worst when she went into premature labour.
Lucy dreaded telling her daughters she had cancer.
Despite a 10 year battle, Paul is a man of no complaints.
With a new bike came a new challenge for Mater nurse Jen.
Long term donors recognised at this year’s Mater Research Awards
Why World Prematurity Day is so important
Mater Private Hospital Springfield turns one
Congratulations to our clinicians and health professionals