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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 [...]

New antiretrovirals improve quality of life of HIV/AIDS patients    europa.eu

EMA supports World AIDS Day on 1 December[...]

World AIDS Day 2014: "We need to keep up the momentum in the fight against HIV/AIDS", says EU Health Commissioner, Vytenis Andriukaitis    europa.eu

European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission - Statement Brussels, 27 November 2014 Speaking at the Ministerial Conference [...]

“We call on your leadership“ - The EU HIV/AIDS Civil Society Forum    aidsactioneurope.org

Press release, Rome, 27th November 2014 Over 30 years into the epidemic, there is ample evidence of what works and what does not work in addressing HIV and yet, strikingly, the epidemic continues to [...]

Global Health Policy Forum, Brussels, 27 November 2014 - Draft agenda available    europa.eu

European Commission - Brussels, 27 November 2014 [...]

Two new medicines recommended for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C    europa.eu

Additional treatment options with high cure rates to be available to patients[...]

Agenda - 6th meeting of the eHealth Network (Brussels, 18 November 2014)    europa.eu

European Commission -   Agenda     [...]


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