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ADME-Toxicology Testing Market Analysis, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast to 2020 by P&S Market Research

ADME stands for absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination of the drug and chemicals define their nature in a human body. These four methods define the impact of a specific drug or chemical to the human tissues. 684 more words

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Diabetic Retinopathy Market Analysis, Development, Growth and Demand Forecast to 2020

Diabetic retinopathy refers to an eye disorder that damages or harms the blood vessels of the retina. Diabetic retinopathy can cause permanent blindness. Chronic diabetes is a major root of diabetic retinopathy. 713 more words

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CARE Act would give crucial support to family caregivers

By Melissa Shannon, Director of Government Relations & Public Affairs, Commonwealth Care Alliance

At Commonwealth Care Alliance, we believe family caregivers are a cornerstone of quality care for the elderly and people with disabilities. 280 more words

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EchoPixel's breakthrough VR tech lets doctors look inside your body

Think of EchoPixel’s tech like InnerSpace but instead of actually minimizing scientists and shooting them into your body to find disease, the medical imaging startup lets doctors pinpoint problem areas from CT scans using 3D glasses and a special display. 489 more words

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Complexity Science improves our understanding of the healthcare system, a multi-layered organization largely driven by rapidly changing technology and information. In fact healthcare intersects the fundamental study designs used to develop and understand the field of complexity science.  494 more words

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Spirocall measures lung health over any phone – no app necessary — TechCrunch

Sometimes you see an application of technology that’s so innovative and helpful that you can’t believe it exists in this age of narcissistic and short-sighted startups.

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Effectiveness of the U.S. Healthcare System

Bernie Sander’s (2016)  recently stated that “The goal of real healthcare reform must be high-quality, universal coverage in a cost-effective way” However as history tells us that is easier said than done. 1,173 more words