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European Federation of Pharmaceutical industries and associations

EFPIA Newsletter 07 March 2019


Vaccines Europe EU Elections Manifesto


Vaccines Europe has digitally launched the Vaccines Europe EU Elections Manifesto.

The manifesto focuses on the three visions: (1) Health for all, highlighting the importance of vaccination throughout the life-span and role of all healthcare professionals in informing their patients about the importance of vaccination as well as being vaccinated themselves; (2) European excellence, proving the innovative vaccine industry should stay in Europe and what role existing and new vaccines have to play in the fight against AMR; and (3) Stronger together, summarising the benefits of a sustainable vaccine supply and demand ecosystem in Europe and the importance of e-health for national immunisation programmes. Read more




#ForTheChance to join my children in the swimming pool (Guest blog)
07 March 2019

A guest blog by Irene, living with psoriasis Read more




European Excellence: Making the EU a world leader in medical R&D
We want Europe to be the world leader in medical R&D. The pharmaceutical industry created a trade surplus of €79.7... Read more

Children keep us up at night
And #WeWontRest until we’ve helped make the world a  healthier place for every single one of them Read more




13th International Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Congress
08 April 2019 (Athens, Greece)

The Congress features keynote speakers from important organisations and industry associations Read more

2019 China/EU Pharmaceutical Industry Forum
08 May 2019 (Hangzhou, China)

The workshop covers 4 different themes: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment, Pricing & Reimbursement, Compliance (marketing... Read more


What we are reading


It’s old news that vaccines don’t cause autism. But a major new study aims to refute skeptics...
On 04 March 2019 (STAT)

A massive new study from Denmark found no association between being vaccinated against measles, mumps, and rubella and... Read more