by WORLD ORGANISATION FOR ANIMAL HEALTH (OIE)

animal healthAround 70 per cent of communicable diseases are shared between animals and humans, explains rapporteur Marit Paulsen.

She kicks off the cover feature of the parliament magazine on animal health by calling the European commission's proposal a law of "great importance" for public health. As parliament's rapporteur on the EU's new animal health legislation, the ALDE deputy warns that "70 per cent of our infectious diseases are common for animals and humans", and cites Salmonella as a prime example, able to spread from pigs and dogs to humans "at great cost for national healthcare systems".

Paola Testori Coggi, director general of DG Sanco, stresses that new animal health rules should be "simple and smart" and that, together with commission proposals which aim to "optimise the single market" for medicines, can help to foster a more "competitive farming sector".

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CAM-METHODS

Variety of Treatments

Today there are over eighty different complementary methods and alternative treatments. This also includes independent healing systems from different cultures and traditions. A common basis and unifying link throughout is holistic thinking.

PLANET HEALTH

For a Free and Healthy Europe

While the foundation for European legislation is under the control of the national states, together our states work to promote the free choice of therapy, choice of practitioner, and the option for self-care and self-help/improvement in both the public and private market.

ORGANIZATION

Who We Are and What We Do

As a European umbrella organization, ANME works on behalf of the common interests of citizens, patients, therapists, and manufacturers in the field of remedies and natural healing methods. We build capacity and raise awareness about the scope and versatility of and for natural medicine.

Pharmaceutical strategy for Europe

As a first step towards the adoption of a Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe the Commission published on 2nd of July a roadmap, inviting interested citizens and stakeholders to share their views on the Strategy. Scheduled to be adopted before the end of the year, the overall objective of the Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe is to help ensure Europe's supply of safe and affordable medicines and support the European pharmaceutical industry to remain an innovator and world leader.

Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner in charge of Health & Food Safety, said:

“By the end of the year, I will present an ambitious Pharmaceutical Strategy for Europe to ensure affordability, sustainability and security of supply. The coronavirus pandemic has showed us more than ever that we need to have a crisis-resistant system and the means to produce medicine within the EU to ensure timely access to essential medicines for our citizens and hospitals in all circumstances.”

Citizens, experts and stakeholders are invited to give, until 7 July 2020, their feedback to the roadmap through the Better Regulation Portal and consult the dedicated website for additional information and to follow updates. This roadmap will be followed by a public consultation.

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