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Health-EU e-newsletter

Complementing the wealth of information on the Commission public health website, the e-newsletter provides you twice a month with a selection of the latest news and activities in the field of public health at both European and international level.

Issue 147 | Healthy lifestyle for a healthier future in the EU

by Guntis Belēvičs, Minister for Health of the Republic of Latvia

Issue 146 | Towards better health systems: more accessible, effective and resilient

by Maria Iglesia Gomez, Head of Unit “Healthcare systems”, European Commission, DG Health and Food Safety

Issue 145 | Global Health – think global, act local, but what do we do at EU level?

by Andrzej Rys, Director of Health systems and products, DG Sante

Issue 144 | Scientists examine the potential – and the risks – of Synthetic Biology

by Theo Vermeire, Head of Department Nanotechnology, Occupational Health and Transport Safety Centre for Safety of Substances and Products, RIVM, The Netherlands. Chair of the Scientific Committees Working Group on the SynBio Opinions

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