World first breakthrough for haemophilia at RPA

In a world first, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital researchers are among an international team to have developed a gene therapy for the life-threatening blood disorder, haemophilia. More...

New hope for liver patients

Clinicians from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the Centenary Institute have discovered a cell which plays a vital role in preventing harmful microbes from spreading throughout the body by accessing the liver. More...

Dedicated Dr and researcher takes out the top prize

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital cardiologist Professor Anthony Keech has been awarded RPA Foundation's top prize, the coveted Research Medal for excellence in medical research. More...

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Missing a family wedding, birthday or graduation can be a difficult time for patients unable to leave hospital. More...

One energy drink dangerous for some, study finds

A world-first study has found that having just one to two energy drinks could be life-threatening for some young people with no known history of heart disease. More...

National recognition for medical heroes

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital has once again been acknowledged through the work of two esteemed clinicians and researchers in the annual Australia Day honours list. More...