Men’s Health

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Men’s Health and the Importance of Early Detection At any age injury and illness can effect you Radiology plays a key role in helping diagnose a range of men’s health issues. Your health is our priority. Our dedicated men’s health services provide expert imaging solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of men at every […]

Cardiovascular Disease Awareness

Anyone Can Have Heart Disease Every 12 minutes one person in Australia dies from cardiovascular disease. Many heart diseases can be prevented, and even after diagnoses many can be treated and managed effectively. But for treatment to work, you need that diagnosis. Download our Information Sheet A Simple Scan Could Save Your Life Accounting for […]

Breast Cancer Awareness

The X-Ray Group Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast cancer is a significant health concern that affects many individuals. Knowing important information about breast cancer helps us find it early, get the right treatment, and support those affected. It is crucial to stay informed and spread awareness to reduce the impact of breast cancer on individuals and communities.

Prostate Cancer Awareness

Prostate cancer causes over 3000 deaths in Australian men each year. This makes prostate cancer the fourth main cause of death in Australian males. The risk of prostate cancer increases with age and family history. By the age of 85, approximately 1 in 6 Australian males will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.


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Early detection is crucial and at The X-ray Group we offer a High Resolution CT (HRCT) or Chest X-Ray lung screening service. Don’t wait until it’s too late – talk to your medical practitioner to obtain a referral.

Lung Cancer Awareness

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Did you know over 13,000 people will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year? Breathlessness, lingering cough or fatigue?

Cardiac Awareness

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Heart disease kills one Australian every 28 minutes. This is why it’s important to understand the risk of cardiovascular disease and regularly check in with your GP or specialist.