Gabriella Rogers has been a journalist for more than 15 years and is the medical reporter for Channel Nine News. She has broken numerous stories, including breakthroughs on ovarian tissue transplants, cardiac stem cell therapy, breast cancer screening, and deep brain stimulation for dystonia and Parkinson patients. In 2000 Gaby received the Public Health Association Award for TV journalism. In 2007, she worked for ABC Sydney and used Freedom of Information laws to obtain exclusive details of the cause of the collapse of the Old Pacific Highway, which killed a family of five. She recently won a Luminous Award for outstanding journalism in the field of oncology.