BCAL Dx has been featured in ABC’s The Business with Ticky Fullerton [link to interview], the Australian Financial Review [link to AFR Boss] and in the Huffington Post [link to blog]. You can now keep abreast of all media news directly on our website, here. watch the interview
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After a snowboarding fall, Jill Webb (not her real name) had a pain in her ribs that would not go away. The 33-year-old had an ultrasound that showed internal bruising but was told not to worry. Five weeks later, the pain had not subsided. A mammogram showed Ms Webb had abnormal changes in her breast […]
NEXT GENERATION OF MEDICAL INNOVATORS Health Minister Jillian Skinner tonight congratulated 12 outstanding medical researchers as they graduated from the 2015 Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program. Read more..
Dharmica has been nominated for her contribution to life changing medical research around early breast cancer detection that will impact upon women around the world. Dharmica Mistry shares her story. See more..
Dharmica Mistry has good news for women who dislike having their breasts pushed and pinched into position for a mammogram nearly as much as they fear breast cancer itself. If her Breast Cancer Associated Lipids (BCAL) blood test passes clinical trials in 2017, they might not have to undergo that ordeal any more. Read more..
It has been a busy year for BCAL Dx in the media. In February, the Australian Financial Review featured a story on BCAL Dx and in March Dr Mistry was featured on ABC Radio National’s Breakfast Program with Fran Kelly. You can review all the media here: ABC Radio National Breakfast with Frank Kelly: Revolutionising the […]
Cancer researcher Dharmica Mistry wins this year’s NSW Young Woman of the Year awardAdhering to the centuries-old daily ritual of applying oil to the hair, quite literally helped Dr Dharmica Mistry unlock breast cancer codes.In 2008, as part of her PhD at Macquarie University, Dharmica made the connection that women with breast cancer have higher […]
Dharmica Mistry, the NSW Young Woman of the Year, has revolutionised breast-cancer testing by using simple blood tests instead of mammograms. Photo: Louie DouvisYou know you’re getting old when you start talking about the youth of today. But let’s talk about the youth of today.Read more..