The Research Teams of Mater Hospital Are Determined To Overcome The Challenges Of Premature Deliveries
South Brisbane, Queensland -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/16/2014 -- Mater Foundation.org.au is the website of Mater Foundation that links community as well as philanthropic support to Mater Health Services and Mater Research. According to Mater Foundation, they have developed a number of new technologies in the field of human health among which the advanced ventilation and feeding technology stands out.
This technology allows premature babies to not only survive, but to grow up and become as healthy as other normal babies.
They draw the attention of people to how Travis and Rochelle Miller of Boston One are providing regular and ongoing donations to their Hospital in Brisbane.
Travis and Rochelle Miller have their own child that has been born two months premature and it was the the staff and the facilities at The Mater Hospital that helped the child to survive. Travis and Rochelle Miller turn emotional and say that they were clueless when their child was born two months premature and that the child has survived only because of the help they got from the staff of Mater Hospital and the facilities available there.
They add that their company, Boston One, is an investment specialist company with an office on the Gold Coast and that they educate consumers on a strategy for their financial future. They further say that they want to show their gratitude to the hospital that has helped their baby to survive and hence, they have decided to give back to the community by making regular and ongoing donations to this hospital in Brisbane.
Travis and Rochelle Miller continue to state that the help done by the staff and the facilities at the hospital will always lie close to their hearts. That is the reason they have created awareness in the minds of their staff at Boston One also and persuaded them to contribute to this worthy cause.
According to the website of Mater Hospital, the advanced ventilation and feeding technology available there can help even the vast majority of babies born at as young as 28 weeks and can allow them to survive so that they grow up as healthy as other normal children do.
The hospital welcomes donations as Travis and Rochelle Miller of Gold Coast have been contributing. The hospital says that such donations provide invaluable assistance for the development of new technologies for saving babies born even earlier. They add that the research teams of their hospital are determined to overcome the challenges of such premature deliveries. They urge and request all the philanthropic minded people to contribute to this good cause.
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The Mater Foundation links community as well as philanthropic support to Mater Health Services and Mater Research. They have developed a number of new technologies in the field of human health among which the advanced ventilation and feeding technology that helps premature babies survive stands out.
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