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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 151 | Getting Expert help in making effective investments in health

by Professor Jan De Maeseneer, Chair of the Expert Panel on Effective Ways of Investing in Health, Professor in Family Medicine and Primary Health Care, Ghent University, Belgium

Issue 150 | New EU Directives on Tissues and Cells boost safety, but we can't stop there

by Dr Peter Liese, MEP, European People's Party Coordinator – Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

Issue 149 | "World free of TB" – addressing the needs of vulnerable groups

by Aljona Kurbatova, Head of the Infectious Diseases and Drug Abuse Prevention Department, Estonian National Institute for Health Development

Issue 148 | How the new can help the old – putting innovation to work to help Europe's ageing population

by Peter Portheine, Director Brainport Health Innovation

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