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Croatia's Admission to EATRIS Ensures Faster Acess to New Drugs, Vaccines

By 12 April 2021
Croatia's Admission to EATRIS Ensures Faster Acess to New Drugs, Vaccines
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ZAGREB, 12 April (Hina) - The Zagreb School of Medicine said on Monday that Croatia was finally represented in the European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine (EATRIS), which will give it faster access to new medicines, diagnostic tests and vaccines.

EATRIS's aim is the accelerated transfer of fundamental discoveries into clinical practice to improve healthcare and the transfer of know-how from clinical practice into the development of medicines, diagnostics and medical products, the school said in a press release.

Croatian scientific institutions will now be included in the development of new diagnostic tests, innovative drugs and advanced vaccines, which will benefit the academic community as well as Croatia's economy and society.

The press release underlined the Science and Education Ministry's support in achieving representation in EATRIS and that Croatian representatives are already sitting in EATRIS bodies.

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