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Solving the most challenging medical mysteries for children living with a rare disease.

The challenges of a COVID-19 world for people living with a rare disease

2020 has not been an easy year for anyone. With global lockdowns affecting the way we live, work, travel and communicate globally, adapting to ever-changing circumstances has been essential. However, for the millions of Australians and people across the globe...

How Pilbara Faces is using Cliniface technology to transform lives

Since Pilbara Faces was first launched in 2017, it has already helped to solve a number of challenging medical mysteries in the Pilbara. With one third of genetic and rare diseases presenting with some form of facial clues, being able...

The Lyfe Languages Champions giving back to Aboriginal communities

The Lyfe Languages Champions are a group of young Australians helping to translate complex medical terminology into a number of local Aboriginal languages across the country. Six languages are currently being translated, each powered by its own Champion. Find out...

Lyfe Languages is launched on an international stage

Lyfe Languages was successfully launched on the global stage on Sunday 9th August 2020, as part of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. With the project now established in the West African nation of Ghana, the opportunities to...