Taking place on Tuesday, 10th November, the theme for this year’s event is ‘Broader horizons: growing Europe’s health partnership’.

Sure to be an interesting online event, it will focus on pediatric cancers and demonstrate how a new partnership will bring stakeholders together, synergizing with the Cancer Mission to be more inclusive in the co-creation of ideas for the program.

The free-of-charge event strives to get the widest audience possible from health and medicines R&D together. Aimed at policymakers, academics, pharmaceutical/ medical technology industries, patient representatives, regulators, and health NGOs, it’s set to discuss ideas to help develop the new partnership, avoid pitfalls and build together a world-leading collaboration.

The event will include leaders in both policymaking and science and technology, and feature a closing speech from Member of the European Parliament Maria Da Graça Carvalho; perfectly demonstrating the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) public-private partnership between the EU and EFPIA – European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations.

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