EC to develop public health library:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission is to create a common EU website on public health in general, and will not to follow the European Parliament proposal to develop a site devoted to cancer. The news emerged during the European Parliament's vote on the Jons report on breast cancer on June 5. The site, she said, would be a "source of information on the state of public health throughout the EU, addressing various topics, and offering an information gateway to citizens, experts, sufferers, patients and voluntary organisations".
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