Pictured here before my speech yesterday with Adjunct Professor John G Kelly AM, CEO of the Heart Foundation and Ms Sharon McGowen, CEO of the Stroke Foundation. I am pleased to be the co-convener of the Parliamentary Friends of the Heart Foundation and the Stroke Foundation for the 45th Parliament.

Ms VAMVAKINOU (Calwell) (10:43): On Monday 25 April, CSL Behring celebrated 100 years of operations. I was very fortunate to attend a commemorative tour of the CSL Behring's facility in my electorate of Calwell, and later a formal dinner to celebrate the CSL's centenary on 14 April.

CSL originally was known as the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories. It was established in 1916 by the Australian government as a small branch of the quarantine department. The impetus for establishing CSL was to ensure that Australia, as an isolated nation, had reliable access to life-saving biological products during times of war.