Draft Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2016-2017 in the Area of "Health, Demographic Change and Well-being"

This paper is made public just before the adoption process of the work programme to provide potential participants with the currently expected main lines of the work programme 2016-2017. It is a working document not yet endorsed by the Commission and its content does not in any way prejudge the final decision of the Commission.

The adoption and the publication of the work programme by the Commission are expected in mid-October 2015. Only the adopted work programme will have legal value.

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