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Diabetes on Children in Europe

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Dear European Parliament,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

I would like to know who is dealing exactly with the Juvenile Diabetes in EP and where I can find the latest statistics on this issue around the Europe.

Yours faithfully,

Andreea Stroe
Antena 3 TV, Bucharest, Romania

AccesDocs, Europäisches Parlament

Our ref.: A(2017)12079


Dear Ms Stroe,


Parliament's responsible committee for tackling public health matters, and
in particular juvenile diabetes, is the Committee for Environment, Public
Health and Food Safety (ENVI). You will find more information about the
committee, its secretariat's staff and contact details, as well as the
dossiers they are treating on their website:
[1]http://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees... .


The European Commission answered to  a written question of a Member of the
European Parliament presenting its activities in the field. You will find
the question and the answer on Parliament's website:
. Parliament also adopted a resolution on "Addressing the EU diabetes
epidemic" after a debate. You will find the debate on Parliament's
as well as the resolution:


In the European Commission it is the Directorate General for Health and
Food Safety that deals with the matter and provides some information on
their website:
The Commission's Directorate General for Research is funding research

Into the subject. You may find more information on their website:
[6]http://cordis.europa.eu/result/rcn/15113... as well as here:
[7]http://cordis.europa.eu/news/rcn/24885_e... .


The European Statistical Office provides information and figures on child
including diabetes type 2,  as well as disability statistics, including
and  death due to diabetes figures:
[10]http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/product... .


Parliament considers your request as handled and the file as closed.
Please do not hesitate to come back to us, should you have any further
request for specific Parliament documents.


Sincere regards



European Parliament

Directorate-General for the Presidency


Public Register Webpage: [11]http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegistreWeb/








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Registry ECJ,

Dear Sir,


The rulings of the European Court of Justice apply to Member States of the
European Union only.  The procedure whereby courts of Member States apply
the rulings of the ECJ is a cooperation procedure between those courts and
the ECJ.  When a court in a  Member State has a case before it concerning
a point of EU law and that court feels that it is necessary to apply to
the ECJ for a ruling on the EU law aspect of the case then it will do so
by  making a reference to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling.  It is the
referring court in the Member State that gives final judgment, taking
account of the ECJ ruling on the question of interpretation of EU law
raised in the reference. Only the courts in the Member States may make
such references.


I hope that this information is of assistance to you.


Yours faithfully,


The Registry of the European Court of Justice

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