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09 Jan 2017
Blood borne viruses, including hepatitis B and C, and HIV, are a major health problem in prisons. Introducing needle and syringe programs can reduce the spread of disease, while protecting inmates and prison staff from infection.

Published: 09 Jan 2017

04 Jan 2017
Australia is the only OECD country without an established national Centre for Disease Control. With emerging threats like Zika, Ebola, and blood borne viruses, it's time Australia established a national authority to deliver scientific research and leadership in communicable disease control.

Published: 04 Jan 2017