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iFlytek boosts use of AI in healthcare in China

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04-Dec-17 In Anhui Provincial Hospital of Central China, iFlytek's robot nurse pilot project is meant to see how a robot could help in real-life medical cases. So far, 'she' records patients' symptoms, reviews CT scans and makes an initial diagnosis. [image: Fan Jiashan / China Daily]

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Thomson Medical ties up with Singapore Health Promotion Board

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03-Dec-17 Private healthcare group Thomson Medical is tying up with the Health Promotion Board in Singapore to encourage members to adopt healthy habits and lifestyles, through a loyalty programme in which members receive tips such as eating and sleeping well. [image: Jonathan Choo / ST Photo]

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Indian healthcare market to hit USD372 bn by 2022

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03-Dec-17 India's healthcare market may see a threefold jump in value to USD372 bn by 2022 from USD110 billion in 2016, driven by growing incidence of lifestyle diseases and rising demand for affordable healthcare delivery systems. [ET Healthworld]

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Streamlined CFDA review process: New opportunities in China

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01-Dec-17 The Draft Amendment by China's FDA brings some good news around the streamlined reviews of medical device submissions, especially for innovative device makers. Nevertheless, there still exist some challenges for the unwary. [image: Brandworld Biomedical]

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Bangladeshis flock to Indian, Thai hospitals

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30-Nov-17 An unprecedented number of Bangladeshis travel to India, Thailand and Singapore for medical treatment because of low confidence in local doctors, with 165,000 travelling to India for treatment in 2015 alone, accounting for 50% of India's medical tourism revenue. [image: Rajb Dhar / Dhaka Tribune]

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