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  2. Space and Health- CNES and Inserm sign framework agreement at the Elysée Palace in the presence of the French President

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    September 12, 2016

    CNES, the agency responsible for recommending and implementing French space policy, and Inserm, Europe’s foremost biomedical research institute, have decided to further their cooperation in the field of space and health. They have now signed their first framework agreement relating to advances in basic research made by the study of humans in space and to the use of space assets for health issues.

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  4. France’s CNES space agency, Health Directorate and Armed Forces Department of Health sign framework cooperation agreement

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    October 14, 2016

    Friday 14 October, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall, Benoît Vallet, Head of the French health directorate (DGS), and Jean-Marc Debonne, Head of the armed forces department of health (SSA), signed a framework cooperation agreement at CNES’s Head Office. The agreement is part of the e-Health 2020 roadmap announced by France’s social affairs and health minister on 4 July 2016. It seeks to exploit the three organizations’ expertise to ensure effective healthcare provision.

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  5. CNESMAG 73- Healthcare: New insights from space

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    August 11, 2017

    France and CNES were early pioneers in this field and space medicine experiments were already on Jean-Loup Chrétien’s schedule when he became the first French astronaut to fly in space in 1982. CNES has been a continuing catalyst for research ever since, working with a range of partners in the field of health and developing multiple experiments that are now running permanently on spacecraft. Far from the fears it inspired in the early years, space is today delivering new insights into health.

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  7. Tele-epidemiology: satellites see mosquitoes coming

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    August 1, 2011

    Tele-epidemiology, relying on satellite imagery to study relationships between climate, the environment and health, is spawning a host of projects in West Africa. Risk maps able to predict exposure to disease-bearing insects are now operational and set to greatly facilitate healthcare applications.

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  8. Tele-epidemiology

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    February 3, 2021

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