Menu
Text Down Text Up
Social Social Social Social
Call us now on 1300 466 324
Title

News

Julie Adams Survives Dirk Hartog Adventure Challenge!

Julie Adams Survives Dirk Hartog Adventure Challenge!

Every year 250-300 children in Australia are diagnosed with brain cancer, and brain cancer kills more children than any other disease. Treatment for childhood brain cancer has not changed for over thirty years, and therefore neither has the survival rate. The Pirate Ship Foundation raises money for the Brain Tumour Research Program, at the Telethon Kids Institute. […]

Dirk Hartog Island Adventure Challenge

Dirk Hartog Island Adventure Challenge

On the 11th of May Managing Director, Julie Adams, will set off with 11 other adventurous soles on their pioneering journey (The Adventurers: Dirk Hartog Survivor), hiking the length of Dirk Hartog Island to raise money for childhood brain cancer research. Carrying all that they need to live for the week, fishing for their dinner, […]

chemo@home in a HOTEL! As seen on Channel 7 news!

chemo@home in a HOTEL! As seen on Channel 7 news!

Blue Dot Army is excited to announce its partnership with chemo@home and Metro Hotel Perth to bring a new and innovative option for people undergoing infusion treatment for cancer or chronic illnesses. The Metro Hotel in South Perth is offering a $100/night for all patients receiving chemo@home treatment. The $100 can include up to 4 […]

chemo@home Winner of 2018 WA Innovator of the Year Award

chemo@home Winner of 2018 WA Innovator of the Year Award

Chemo@home are excited to announce winning the 2018 WA Innovator of the Year Awards – Growth Category. Congratulations to our very dedicated team who just keep on raising the bar in the home treatment of patients with cancer and chronic diseases. Thank you to the Dept of JTSI, Lyn Beazley, Fiona Wood, Dave Kelly, Mark […]

Male Breast Cancer

Male Breast Cancer

chemo@home’s Managing Director, Julie Adams, talks to Triple M’s Stephen Cenatiempo on Australia by Night about how men can recognise breast cancer symptoms and the question of how to get men to have symptoms checked out by a doctor. You can listen to the interview here. If you or someone you know would like to […]

chemo@home Presents at Australasian College of Health Services Management in Darwin

chemo@home Presents at Australasian College of Health Services Management in Darwin

Lorna Cook, Co-Founder and Director of chemo@home, stimulated the audience of health executives when she addressed the Australasian College of Health Services Management in Darwin. The Federal Governments health reform agenda is encouraging patients to receive their chemotherapy in their community rather than in hospital. Chemo@home is at the forefront of this safe convenient treatment […]

BUPA Members Now Covered For chemo@home!

BUPA Members Now Covered For chemo@home!

BUPA members are now covered for cancer treatments and infusions for chronic diseases at home!!!! Such great news for all those who would like to have their treatment at home. BUPA are expecting around 30% of all the above treatments will be given at home within about 5 years. That makes for a very bright […]

chemo@home – Winter 2018 Update

chemo@home – Winter 2018 Update

Especially for our health professionals and partners; the chemo@home Winter newsletter is available by clicking here.

Some Good News About the Way we View Cancer

Some Good News About the Way we View Cancer

chemo@home Co-Founder and Director, Lorna Cook, was recently interviewed for Tasmania’s “The Drive Home With Glen” about the good news in cancer care.  You can listen to the interview here.

3AW’s Alan Pearsall Gets the Low Down on chemo@home

3AW’s Alan Pearsall Gets the Low Down on chemo@home

Wowser, wowser 10 minutes of Melbourne finest radio.  3AW’s Alan Pearsall asked all the good questions of chemo@home’s Julie Adams.  What an interview!  You can listen to it here.