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Subject matter expertise was received from the Cardiovascular Diabetes and Kidney Unit, Cancer and Screening Unit, Mental Health and Palliative Care Unit, Australian Burden of Disease Study, and Indigenous Modelling and Research Unit at the AIHW; and from the Australian Centre for Airways disease Monitoring (ACAM) at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, the National Injury Surveillance Unit (NISU) at Flinders University, Dr Paul Clark (University of Queensland), members of the Cancer Monitoring Advisory Group, member of the Diabetes Expert Group and members of the Cardiovascular Disease Expert Advisory Group.
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