European Health Union

The creation of the European Health Union was called for by the parliament in June 2020. Within the European Health union, countries prepare and respond together to health crises, medical supplies are available, affordable and innovative, and countries work together to improve prevention, treatment and aftercare for diseases such as cancer. The aim of the health union is to:

  • better protect the health of citizens
  • equip the EU and its Member States to better prevent and address future pandemics
  • improve the resilience of Europe’s health systems
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