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AUS: Jet Fuel Exposure Syndrome Study Launch

The Hon. Warren Snowdon MP will launch groundbreaking research into the health implications of working with aviation turbine fuels and F-111 Deseal/Reseal agents.

Defence, in collaboration with Mater Medical Research Institute will undertake this multi-million dollar research study.

*When:* 11:00am – 11:30am, Thursday 16 December 2010

*Who: * The Minister will be joined by:

Professor Frank Bowling (Principal Investigator, Jet Fuel Exposure Syndrome Study)

Prof Ian R. Gardner (Senior Physician in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Department of Defence)

Prof John Prins, Director/CEO, Mater Medical Research Institute


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