Garry Egger

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Prof Garry Egger MPH PhD MAPS "is a behavioural biologist and epidemiologist who has worked in preventive health for almost 4 decades in Government industry and privately. He published one of the first analyses of economic growth and health in 1978 and presented at the first International conference on Economic Growth and Health in Denmark in 1974. Since then he has written 30 books and over 100 peer reviewed articles in health including analyses of the effects of unchecked growth on human health. he developed the gutBusters 'Waist Loss ' program for men (now Professor Trim's) and is a government and World Health Organisation consultant in Lifestyle medicine. Dr Egger is a Professor of Lifestyle Medicine at Southern Cross University and an Adjunct professor at Deakin and Newcastle Universities." [1]

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  1. Garry Egger, Sustainable Population Australia, accessed April 15, 2008.