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WIRF is one of Australia's leading organisations that is dedicated to improving the health of women and infants.

WIRF in the Media

  • The West: Steroid tweak before birth

    13 May 2018

    Millions of premature babies world-wide could benefit from a ground-breaking WA study that has tweaked the use of steroids in pregnant women to make it safer for their unborn babies.

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  • Artificial womb: 2017’s Top 10 Science Stories

    12 Dec 2017

    2017 has been a bumper year for science yarns, from exploding neutron stars to a crashing spacecraft, and incredible advances in artificial wombs. Every year, the AusSMC contributes to the seasonal tradition of listicles and picks our top 10 science stories of the year.

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  • The Koori Mail November 2017

    24 Nov 2017

    Perth volunteers program is a first

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  • Western Suburbs Weekly - 24/11/2017

    24 Nov 2017

    KEMH starts Aboriginal volunteer program

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  • The West Australian - 16/11/2017

    16 Nov 2017

    Cricket star Mike Hussey and wife Amy become inaugural ambassadors of WIRF

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  • The West Australian - 7/08/2017

    07 Aug 2017

    Womb hope for prem babies

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  • Seven News Perth - 6/08/2017

    06 Aug 2017

    Artificial womb raises hope for premature babies

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  • The West Australian - 21/07/2017

    21 Jul 2017

    Women to gain from new cancer treatment

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  • The West Australian - 1/12/2016

    01 Dec 2016

    WA program changing the way we treat premature births

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  • Western Suburbs Weekly - 17/11/2016

    17 Nov 2016

    KEMH marks World Prematurity Day with unveiling of Mother’s Honour Wall

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  • Ten News - 26/09/2016

    26 Sep 2016

    WIRF volunteer's lifetime of service recognised

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  • Seven West Media - 21/09/2016

    21 Sep 2016

    2016 WIRF Telethon beneficiary video

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Women and Infants Research Foundation
Carson House, King Edward Memorial Hospital
374 Bagot Road, Subiaco, WA 6008

Telephone: 08 6458 1437
Fax: 08 6458 1642
Email: info@wirf.com.au

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