Glenn Family Foundation donation will boost liver cancer study at St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation's Microbiome Research Centre

By Eva Kolimar
Updated November 8 2018 - 11:56am, first published November 5 2018 - 9:30am
Paving the way for a liver cancer-free future: Director of Microbiome Research Centre, Professor Emad El-Omar, Sir Owen Glenn and head of gastroenterology and hepatology at St George Hospital, Associate Professor Amany Zekry. Picture: Chris Lane
Paving the way for a liver cancer-free future: Director of Microbiome Research Centre, Professor Emad El-Omar, Sir Owen Glenn and head of gastroenterology and hepatology at St George Hospital, Associate Professor Amany Zekry. Picture: Chris Lane

The ultimate goal of saving more lives lost to liver cancer has become a promising reality, as a key medical research hub at Kogarah is given a solid boost.

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