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October 25th, 2007

Commission outlines EU health policy strategy

Abstract:
The proposed strategy focuses on three strategic themes. These are:

* Fostering good health in an ageing Europe, for example, measures to promote the health of older people and the workforce, and actions on tobacco, nutrition, alcohol, mental health;

* protecting citizens from health threats, for example, strengthening mechanisms for surveillance and response to health threats such as pandemics or bioterrorism and preparing for emerging threats linked to climate change; and;

* dynamic health systems and new technologies, for example, a Community framework for safe, high quality and efficient health services, co-operation on innovation on genomics, biotechnology, nanotechnology and the implementation of e-health solutions.

Source:
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