News & Media

Beating breast cancer with Artificial Intelligence

A ground-breaking Australian study is set to benefit thousands of Australian women.

Latest newsletter - out now!

Click here to read the current edition of our St Vincent’s Cares newsletter.

St Vincent’s COVID-19 Advice Line

Our COVID-19 Advice Line has been taking calls from the community, 12 hours a day seven days a week.

Going dry to support their patients

A team from St Vincent’s Oncology ward are doing Dry July to give back to their inspiring patients...

Expert tips for lockdown

Watch Chair of Psychiatry, David Castle's video with tips on caring for ourselves during lockdown.

Life-saving immune boosting infusions

Hazel Bennini was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2016. Thankfully she is now in full remission.

Don’t leave home without it!

Some helpful tips about wearing a mask - to help save and protect lives!

Building for the future of palliative care

Construction has started on the new Caritas Christi building. Watch the progress of the build live!

Victoria’s Centre for Myeloma Treatment

St Vincent’s Chemotherapy Day Unit is Victoria's centre for myeloma treatment.

Essential items for vulnerable patients

Local and national businesses generously donated warm clothes and toiletries for patients in need.

Find out why supporting Dry July is so important

Hear from one of our brave patients, Brendan, about how your support for Dy July helps.

Thank you for your kind and generous support

We are truly grateful for the overwhelming support we have received from our Family of Supporters.

Staying positive in the face of adversity

Living with an incurable cancer is an extremely challenging situation for anyone but Karen Wilde is ...

ACMD appoints new CEO

Scientist, educator and entrepreneur, Dr Erol Harvey, has been appointed new CEO of ACMD.

Family rallies for brave grandmother

Robyn Graham beat breast cancer in 2017. Find out what happened next....

Powering social connection

The Virtual Visitor Program is helping isolated patients stay in touch with their families.