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Rare disease

Making rare disease medicines less rare: The EU must take this opportunity to effect...

Revision of the OMP Regulation holds opportunities for improving the lives of those living with a rare disease.

A call to action: Addressing inequalities between European healthcare systems

We must rethink the structure of healthcare systems and workforce strategies across the EU and address geographic disparities of healthcare professionals.
Vaccine enhancer technology

Defence Therapeutics granted US patent for vaccine enhancer technology

Discover how the issue of a patent will allow Defence Therapeutics' vaccine enhancer technology to be commercialised.
European Patients' Rights Day

European Patients’ Rights Day and ATMPs: Combining sustainability, innovation and respect for patients’ rights

Mariano Votta and Bianca Ferraiolo from the Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network discuss this year’s European Patients’ Rights Day which focuses on Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products...
CBD oil in Ireland

Dr. Hemp Me’s complete guide to CBD oil in Ireland

Ireland’s leading CBD company Dr. Hemp Me provides you with everything you need to know about CBD oil in Ireland in their ultimate guide. In...
antimicrobial stewardship

Prioritising antimicrobial stewardship and prescribing

Professor Diane Ashiru-Oredope, Lead Pharmacist for healthcare associated infections and antimicrobial resistance at the UK Health Security Agency, outlines the UK’s progress in mitigating...
gut microbiome

The ultimate guide to gut microbiota and the human microbiome

Our complete guide to gut microbiota and the human microbiome details essential information to help optimise your gut health. Gut microbiota and the human microbiome...

Improving care and awareness of kidney diseases

Raymond Vanholder and Eveline Scheres from the European Kidney Health Alliance highlight where further efforts are needed to improve the prevention and care of...
children's mental health

Protecting children’s mental health in emergency settings

Aaron Greenberg, Senior Regional Advisor for Europe and Central Asia at UNICEF, spoke to us about how exposure to crisis situations can impact children’s...
Inequalities in the HIV response

The impact of global inequalities within the HIV response

Inequality in all its forms is a barrier to reducing HIV transmission and ending the AIDS epidemic, Lorna Rothery spoke to Eamonn Murphy from...

How the potential of biosimilar medications can be unlocked

Health Europa details everything you need to know about biosimilar medications, their benefits, safety, success stories, and how biosimilars can revolutionise healthcare. The potential of...
preventative health

Time for Europe to prioritise preventative health

Vaccine confidence has fallen to pre-pandemic levels but, says Sibilia Quilici, Executive Director of Vaccines Europe, there is a need and value in boosting...
Cancer care

Striving for more in cancer care and prevention

Despite vast improvements in cancer care, challenges remain in driving forward cancer prevention strategies.
mRNA cancer vaccine

Defence Therapeutics’ mRNA cancer vaccine testing begins

Canadian biopharmaceutical specialist Defence Therapeutics has announced that testing of its revolutionary AccumTM-linked mRNA cancer vaccine has started. The performance of Defence’s AccumTM mRNA cancer...
helium supply

Pulsar Helium: Unmatched high-grade helium supply for the medical industry

With the helium shortage affecting MRI and respiratory gases, Pulsar Helium’s high-grade asset provides hope for the medical industry's helium supply. Last year the American...
cervical cancer screening

Challenges and opportunities for cervical screening and HPV vaccine uptake

Despite being one of the most preventable and treatable forms of cancer, many barriers to cervical cancer screening and HPV vaccine uptake exist. We...
gender equality

Can the world achieve gender equality by 2030?

We discuss progress on the Sustainable Development Goals and gender equality with Ginette Azcona, Research and Data Policy Specialist at UN Women. ‘Achieve gender equality...
robotic process automation

The endless applications of robotic process automation in healthcare

Paul Donoghue-Parker outlines how robotic process automation (RPA) and its supporting technologies could improve healthcare delivery and streamline vital systems. Healthcare institutions, such as NHS...
regenerative medicine

The rising demand for regenerative therapies and personalised medicine

Health Europa brings you the ultimate guide to regenerative therapies and personalised medicine, and highlights their ability to bring about more effective treatment methods for...
Population ageing

Reframing the narrative about population ageing

Population ageing is a natural part of demographic development, so why is it increasingly seen as a burden? We discuss population ageing with Joan Costa-i-Font,...

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