The EU’s outgoing health chief reflects on three decades in Brussels and how life has got steadily better. But he worries citizens are now forgetting the benefits of science. That could threaten recent medical advances, he says
The eTOX project developed innovative strategies and novel software tools to better predict the safety and side effects of new candidate medicines for patients. In an interview, the project leaders explain how the tools developed by the project are already helping pharmaceutical companies make better-informed decisions in their pursuit of developing safer drugs for patients.
Registration is now open for the IMI Stakeholder Forum 2018, which will take place on Wednesday 24 October in Brussels. The theme this year is ’The value of cross-sectoral health research and innovation’.