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by Dr Peter Liese, MEP, European People's Party Coordinator – Environment, Public Health and Food Safety:

In Europe over 2000 establishments provide hospitals and clinicians with tissues and cells to help treat a great variety of medical conditions. These include leukemia, burn wounds, infertility, cardiac insufficiency and blindness. Continuous innovations in this rapidly growing sector allow for more and better treatments for the benefit of patients. Tissues and cells are also the starting material for many advanced therapy medicinal products.

Health-EU newsletter 150
http://ec.europa.eu/health/newsletter/150/focus_newsletter_en.htm

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By Aljona Kurbatova, Head of the Infectious Diseases and Drug Abuse Prevention Department, Estonian National Institute for Health Development

Many people think that tuberculosis is a thing of the past. The reality is that chances are slim that this disease will be eradicated this century. It claimed the lives of 1.5 million people in 2013, according to the WHO Global Tuberculosis Report 2014, and it is particularly devastating to know that these deaths were preventable.

Health-EU newsletter
http://ec.europa.eu/health/newsletter/149/focus_newsletter_en.htm

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