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European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing: From Plan to Action

3 April 2012, Brussels

The Conference "European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing: From Plan to Action" will be opened by Vice-President Neelie Kroes and Commissioner John Dalli. The Steering Group of the pilot Innovation Partnership, the European Commission and a plethora of stakeholders in the field of active ageing will together discuss how to move from the planning phase - delivered with the Strategic Implementation Plan - to implementing concrete actions.

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DIABESITY - A World-Wide Challenge

9-10 February 2012, Brussels

Diabetes - a ticking time bomb
Diabetes causes severe health complications and is the fifth leading cause of death world-wide. The number of persons suffering from the "type 2" form of this disease is set to rise to some 900 million globally by 2030, with devastating health and economic implications. To counter this sinister scenario, increasing attention is given to research into the environmental and genetic risk factors for diabetes and obesity in specific populations.

  • Meet international key players in the field
  • Be a part of new international co-operation and partnerships
  • Benefit from a varied and exciting programme

 

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