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The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
Energy security, transportation development, clean connectivity and financing opportunities come under the spotlight at this year's edition of the Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), taking place on 18-19 October in Budapest.
Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, responsible for the JRC, and Corina Creţu, Commissioner for Regional policy, are attending the event, which was opened by Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary.
The JRC has published an interactive European map with information on breast cancer screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care for 35 countries. The map provides a Europe-wide snapshot to help the EU and Member States secure equal access to high quality care across the continent.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) is developing the EU Platform on Rare Diseases Registration. An important component of the Platform is the Central Registry of the Network for the Surveillance of Cerebral Palsy in Europe (SCPE), which was recently transferred to the JRC.
The Annual Plenary Meeting of the SCPE was organised by the JRC from 16th to 18th October 2017. A significant part of the programme was devoted to the discussion of indicators for measuring public health impact of cerebral palsy.
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