Six million cigarettes and enough tobacco to produce 21 million cigarettes found in an illegal factory in Budapest. Hungarian customs officers arrested 20 factory employees and the ringleaders behind the operation.
By LuCE – Lung Cancer Europe
This edition of report focusses on early diagnosis and screening in lung cancer. By a comprehensive review of scientific publications on these two matters, together with a survey responded by over 360 patients across Europe, this report aims to highlight the current challenges that lung cancer community is facing in terms of delivering fasters and more precise diagnosis, as well as to analyse the current implementation of screening programmes across Europe. It also focuses on the current knowledge and education needs of patients regarding diagnosis and screening.
Update: the final adopted text of the Council Conclusions is now available.
The Council today adopted conclusions on the economy of wellbeing inviting the member states and the Commission to include an economy of wellbeing perspective horizontally in national and Union policies and to put people and their wellbeing at the centre of policy design.
The concept of the economy of wellbeing is a priority for the Finnish presidency. Its core claim is that while people’s wellbeing is a value in itself, it is also vitally important for the Union’s economic growth, productivity, long-term fiscal sustainability and societal stability.
Includes annex with conclusions on rules regarding tobacco traceability and on rules regarding security features.