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The latest news from IVAA, including alerts on research and ongoing studies relevant to our members as well as press releases and other updates from IVAA. Scroll down to see publications listed in in order from newest to oldest, or use the navigation at left.


Vaccination: Deciding in solidarity

Statement by the German Federation of Аnthroposophic Мedicine (DAMiD) on COVID-19 vaccination


Berlin, December 2nd, 2021.


Marking the European Antibiotic Awareness Day, IVAA publishes recommendations for action against antimicrobial resistance

AMR is a major global public health threat and infections caused by multi-resistant bacteria are predicted to be a leading cause of death by 2050



Integrative Medicine under the spotlight in the European Parliament

Public events last week discussed the added value of integrative therapies to patients


IVAA Calls for a Patient-centred EU Health Data Space



Discovering the Potential of Anthroposophic Medicine in the Integrative Medical Care of Covid-19 Patients



MEP Interest Group on Integrative Medicine and Health: IVAA Welcomes its Support to Integrative Oncology as an Evidence-informed Field of Cancer Care



British “The Observer” Highlights Integration of Conventional and Anthroposophic Care of Covid-19 Patients in German Hospitals



Anthroposophic Medicine Statement on Vaccination against SARS-CoV-2

By the International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations (IVAA) and the Medical Section of the Goetheanum


IVAA Welcomes New MEP Interest Group on Integrative Medicine and Health



IVAA Supports French Patients Seeking to Ensure Access to Complementary Medicine

French patients alarmed by progressive sidelining of complementary medicine despite popular demand.