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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
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A patient arrives at Canberra Hospital by ambulance from Calvary as part of an Ebola training exercise.
Michelle Gallaher is part of an Ebola vaccine trial.

Michelle Gallaher, she is part of an ebola vaccine trial. 15 July 2015. The Age NEWS. Photo: Eddie Jim.
Ebola Lab .
Cleve Rynehart at the Ebola lab.

Ebola Lab . Seior Scientist Dr Julian Drruce (seated) and scientist Cleve Rynehart show The Age the front line lab that would be used to test for Ebola.
Alhaji Sankoh. President of Sierra Leone Australia Community of Victoria talks about Ebola.
FRG use only. David Rowe, 24/10. Tony ABbott, Julie Bishop, Barnaby Joyce, Kevin ANdrews, Scott Morrison, ebola.
OUTBREAK: Scott Morrison...
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
NEWS: Dr Bernie Towler is the only Canberra doctor who worked in Sierra Leone to treat Ebola in the crisis centre. 26th February 2015. Photo by Melissa Adams of The of Canberra Times.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
Sunday Times.  Aspen Medical executive director Glenn Keys with education and development manager Jane Armstrong in protective clothing in the company's mock up of an Ebola Training Unit.
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The ANU's Dr Kamalini Lokuge who has recently returned from an ebola hotspot in West Africa, where she was working with sick people for Medecins Sans Frontieres.
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The ANU's Dr Kamalini Lokuge who has recently returned from an ebola hotspot in West Africa, where she was working with sick people for Medecins Sans Frontieres.
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The ANU's Dr Kamalini Lokuge who has recently returned from an ebola hotspot in West Africa, where she was working with sick people for Medecins Sans Frontieres.
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The ANU's Dr Kamalini Lokuge who has recently returned from an ebola hotspot in West Africa, where she was working with sick people for Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Dr Alessandro Demaio (above), an expert in non-communicable diseases; (far left) billions were spent fighting Ebola in West Africa while heart disease kills many more; philanthropists Bill and Melind
Clockwise from top left: Robin Williams; the Windsors; Rosie Batty; the Ebola crisis; an Islamic State fighter about to kill journalist James Foley; Stella Young; climate protest at the G20 conferenc
Protective suits used by infectious disease researchers at Geelong.
Sunday Times.  The survivor board in an office at Aspen Medical headquarters in Canberra.
SUN HERALD.  Portrait of Mardi Kendall who is the director of NGO Eco Guinea.  Photographed in her house in Bronte
SUN HERALD.  Portrait of Mardi Kendall who is the director of NGO Eco Guinea.  Photographed in her house in Bronte
Mardi Kendall, director of Eco Guinea, with a photo of an orphaned girl in Guinea. Photo: Nic Walker

SUN HERALD.  Portrait of Mardi Kendall who is the director of NGO Eco Guinea.
SUN HERALD.  Portrait of Mardi Kendall who is the director of NGO Eco Guinea.  Photographed in her house in Bronte.
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