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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 140 | Take care, not antibiotics: the prudent use of antibiotics

By Martin Seychell, EC Deputy Director General for Consumers and Health, responsible for Directorates B, C and D

Issue 139 | Health in the Mediterranean area: strengthening relationships amongst health systems encourages solidarity and growth

by Davide Lecchini, Health/Pharma/Food safety attachè to the Italian Permanent Representation to the EU

Issue 138 | The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing: a quicker route to reaching goals

by Maddalena Illario, MD, PhD, Federico II University and Hospital, Naples

Issue 137 | Great strides made in Patient Safety, but much distance left to go

by Tonio Borg, European Commissioner for Health

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