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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 157 | New online system cuts red-tape for Health Programme applicants

by Jacques Remacle, Head of Health Unit, Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency

Issue 156 | Beauty is more than skin deep, but cosmetic products shouldn't be!

by Dr Qasim Chaudhry, Vice-chair of the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety and Chair of the Working Group on nanomaterials in cosmetic products

Issue 155 | As the EU grows, so do our public health responsibilities

by Martin Seychell, Deputy Director General for Health, Directorate General Health and Food Safety, European Commission

Issue 154 | Blood donors give the gift of life; let's give back with the highest level of donor care

by Karin Kadenbach, Member of the European Parliament and the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety; Chair of the MEP Group for Kidney Health

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