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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 134 | We are now members of a fully-equipped gym: let's put those new machines to work!

By Ursula O'Dwyer, Health Promotion Policy Adviser, Health Promotion Policy, Department of Health Ireland

Issue 133 | Keeping an eye on innovations to protect public health

by Colin R. Janssen Ph.D, Chair of the Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks

Issue 132 | Joint purchasing of vaccines and medicines becomes a reality in the EU

by Paola Testori-Coggi, Director General for Health and Consumers

Issue 131 | Commission Communication on effective, accessible and resilient health systems

by Nathalie Chaze, Head of the Healthcare Systems Unit, DG Health and Consumers, European Commission

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