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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

AProf Brian Owler, ABC News Radio, 26 September 2014

AMA President A/Prof Brian Owler calls for Australia to make arrangements with allied countries to treat any Australian volunteer health workers who may contract Ebola while treating the outbreak in West Africa.