EESC members agreed that the EU 2050 transport plan need to be more specific

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) approved an opinion in which it asks to the Commission for a plan more specific, flexible, balanced and realistic in its blueprint for the future of EU transport.

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EU-funded research shows that five subtypes breast cancer exist and each of which requires different treatment

The RATHER project which investigates two specific difficult-to-treat subtypes of breast cancer, has shown so far that at least five subtypes exist, each of which requires different treatment. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in European women with an estimated incidence of 450,322 in 2008.

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EU project will help to promote healthy eating in EU Member States

The EATWELL project is evaluating national policy campaigns launched by the Member States in order to promote and encourage healthy eating. In addition, it makes recommendations and appropriate interventions for Member States and the EU based on information gained from evaluations of policy interventions.

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