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Members of the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum call on the Czech Minister of Health to withdraw the proposal that would allow mandatory HIV testing of key populations    aidsactioneurope.org

Lella Cosmaro (AAE) and Tamás Bereczky (EATG) co-chairs of the HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum sent a letter on behalf of the membership of the CSF to the Czech Minister of Health to withdraw the propos[...]

EMA recommends avoidance of certain hepatitis C medicines and amiodarone together    europa.eu

Concomitant use may increase risk of slow heart rate and related problems[...]

Meeting of EU Commissioner Andriukaitis and the Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS    aidsactioneurope.org

EU Health and Food Safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis met representatives of the Civil Society Forum on HIV/AIDS (CSF) during the [...]

Agenda - 7th meeting of the eHealth Network (Riga, 12 May 2015)    europa.eu

European Commission - Agenda [...]

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