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Taiwan eyes opportunities in precision medicine industry

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20-Apr-17 Taiwan is closely following the lead of the US in the field of precision medicine. In Sep-16 the US government invited Taiwan to join its Cancer Moonshot Plan. Medical experts anticipate precision medicine will become a disruptive technology, clinics in the future will no longer require medical staff, and medical diagnosis might be conducted online based on the patient's profile. [image: BioTaiwan]

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China’s challenges in healthcare innovation

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20-Apr-17 As China develops, it struggles to deal with wrenching healthcare challenges. It produces few breakthrough innovations in medicine and healthcare technology. New investments and policy reforms, however, could transform China into one of the top R&D hubs. The Chinese government recently enacted new programs to stimulate entrepreneurship, bolster domestic research institutions, and promote innovative approaches to upgrading the healthcare system. [image: Techonomy / Shutterstock]

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Singapore's Woodlands Health Campus will use technology for better patient care

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18-Apr-17 At the ground-breaking ceremony for the 1,800-bed Woodlands Health Campus in Singapore, Health Minister Gan Kim Yong said WHC will be "future ready" so it can meet the challenges of an ageing population while serving as an air-traffic control tower "from which the healthcare team monitors its patients whether they are in the hospital or at home". [image: gov.sg]

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