Issue 461 | 25 September 2017

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 26 September 2017 in Magazines
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European Health Forum Gastein special issue featuring Health & Food Safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis, Austrian Health & Women's Affairs Minister Pamela Rendi-Wagner, European Health Forum Gastein President Clemens Martin Auer and more.  Plus: Brexit Latest, European Week of Sport, Cardiovascular Disease, FinTech, Energy Security and 5 questions with Margrete Auken.

Health in all Policies

If ever there's an issue where the EU public want member states to act in unison, it's health. Find out why this year's European Health Forum Gastein is looking to set the scene for future EU health policy

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