A curated selection of EPHA’s mentions in worldwide media outlets.
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08 January 2019
During the European Parliament discussion Joining the Dots -Tackling Pharmaceuticals in the environment and AMR in Europe, EPHA Secretary General Nina Renshaw went as far to say that AMR has the potential to be a bigger killer than cancer, as last resort antibiotics become ineffective.
12 January 2019
Recent air pollution research found that €70 billion in health damage is caused by traffic emissions every year in the European Union — about 75% of the harm is caused by diesel emissions. The report, titled “Health Impacts and Health Costs of Diesel Emissions in the EU,” was commissioned by the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA).
13 January 2019
Original title: Lo más destacado de 2018 en política farmacéutica en España y la UE
22 January 2019
One of Europe’s most voluble civil society figures in the healthcare debate, Yannis Natsis of the European Public Health Alliance, was quick into the fray. “Pharma is worried its divide and conquer policies are defied by EU governments who have finally woken up to realize they have leverage, and are at last getting their act together
23 January 2019
Original title: 80.000 Millones el coste sanitario de las emisiones del tráfico rodado en la UE
02 February 2019
Original title: Profitieren rumänische Roma vom EU-Vorsitz?
15 February 2019
Original title: Desmontando el ‘silencio’ de los profesionales y los pacientes en el campo de la oncología
15 February 2019
Original title: La EPHA marca sus prioridades en Farmacia
13 March 2019
A significant gap also exists between life expectancy and ‘healthy’ life expectancy in the EU, according to Nikolai Pushkarev, a policy coordinator at another AP4HE platform’s member, the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA).
20 March 2019
Among the SPEAKERS:..Freek Spinnewijn, President, European Public Health Alliance