Health inequalities in Europe increase

The new WHO report indicates how to convert the route: "Up to 4% of GDP could be earned". Income, living conditions, access to services, work and education level.

The value of the market

The number of subjects in Europe is increasingly questioning the value of the market that the patient's contribution can have for his consultations in the field of research evaluation.

The WHO is clear: in 2019 there are already 90 thousand measles cases

Infections in the first six months of 2019 would have already exceeded those recorded in all the 12 months of 2018 (84 462). In particular, the European Commission has highlighted how, since the process of monitoring in Europe began in 2012, for the first time, 4 countries have moved away from this objective: the United Kingdom, Greece, Albania and the Czech Republic.