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This book serves as a tool to help patients and families deal rationally with the perplexing and often irrational world of healthcare. It covers the topics and addresses the challenges that experts in a variety of healthcare fields …
Actually, it’s not all that hard. Name a routine test or procedure and I can probably show you somewhere in the world where you can obtain it for a very.
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Why are Health Care Costs So Hard to Control? | John Goodman's …
The practice of telemedicine has been undergoing significant evolution paralleled by technological advancements in the world of videoconferencing, according to the report “Visual Collaboration Applications in Healthcare. …
The US health care system is the costliest in the world, but underperforms relative to many other industrialized nations, according to a study released Wednesday.The report by the Commonwealth Fund, a private foundation focused on …
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Medtronic Inc., the world’s largest medical device maker, said Friday it received U.S. regulatory approval to begin testing a new artificial heart valve that can be implanted with minimal surgery.
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Medtronic gets OK to study heart valve in US
The World Health Organization estimated Thursday that 1 billion of the world’s poorest people suffer from neglected tropical diseases such as dengue, rabies and leprosy that remain concentrated in remote rural areas and urban slums despite being mostly eradicated from large areas of the world.
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WHO: 1 billion suffer from hidden tropical disease
However, for health care products market, which arc still a long-term bullish. According to statistics, medical care is the world’s fastest growing industry in 5, one of the world’s health food sales reached nearly ten thousand yuan, …
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Financial crisis health care products market is still optimistic …
Aaron Carroll over at The Incidental Economist has been running an excellent series on healthcare spending in the U.S. and how much more we spend than the rest of the world on a per capita basis, as a percentage of GDP, and by category. …
U.S. Healthcare Spending: Why So Much? – Better Health
Swiss drug developer Roche said Thursday it paid InterMune Inc. $175 million for worldwide development and commercialization rights to the potential hepatitis C drug danoprevir.
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Roche pays $175 million for hepatitis C drug