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Make Patients Smile: the MPS Austria Therapy Week mission

Make Patients Smile: the MPS Austria Therapy Week mission

Continuing its coverage of the MPS Austria Therapy Week, Health Europa speaks to childcare organiser Anna Prähofer about how the event has evolved since...
The pharmaceutical industry responds to the Brexit White Paper

The pharmaceutical industry responds to the Brexit White Paper

Mike Thompson, chief executive of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (APBI) and BioIndustry Association’s (BIA) chief executive Steve Bates have issued a...
World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018 will be taking place on 29-31 October in Lisbon, Portugal, a conference to provide research, development and strategic partnering...
Neuroscience Trials Australia – leading the way in clinical trials

Neuroscience Trials Australia – leading the way in clinical trials

Why Australia is undoubtably the place to be for conducting clinical trials in the neuroscience space. Neuroscience Trials Australia is an Australian-based, niche, not-for-profit contract...
European health systems: challenges and opportunities

European health systems: challenges and opportunities

Safeguarding health in Europe is pivotal to all European citizens – to state the obvious. We live, however, in a time when public health...
Improving migrant healthcare using newly developed alert system

Improving migrant healthcare using newly developed alert system

ISGlobal researchers have collaborated with primary care professionals to develop a computerised alert system that will provide screening recommendations to improve overall migrant healthcare. The...
Breaking tolerance: improving cancer immunotherapy

Breaking tolerance: improving cancer immunotherapy

The group of Dr Maija Hollmén at Turku University, Finland, attempts to make cold tumours hot by targeting the tumour-supporting functions of innate immune...
Slower cognitive decline in elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods

Slower cognitive decline in elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods

Elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods have been found to present slower cognitive decline, a new study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health...
EMA: Ramp up efforts to ensure EU medicine supply post-Brexit

EMA: Ramp up efforts to ensure EU medicine supply post-Brexit

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has warned that some companies need to take further action to safeguard the EU medicine supply once the UK...
How a Mediterranean diet could reduce osteoporosis

How a Mediterranean diet could reduce osteoporosis

According to new research from the University of East Anglia, UK, eating a Mediterranean diet could help reduce bone loss in people with osteoporosis. The...
Listeria monocytogenes outbreak kills nine

Listeria monocytogenes outbreak kills nine

Nine people have died due to a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak, with experts warning that new cases may yet emerge. As of 8 June 2018 and since...
Medicines for Europe: better access, better health

Medicines for Europe: better access, better health

Medicines for Europe president Marc-Alexander Mahl outlines the challenges facing the generic, biosimilar and value-added medicines industry and its role in achieving sustainable healthcare. Medicines...

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