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Turkey's private hospital sector growing rapidly

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03-Apr-15 Between 2002 and 2012 the number of private hospitals in Turkey grew at 14.8% on average. The core growth drivers are favorable government support, internal demand from Turkey’s burgeoning middle class, and external demand as Turkey emerges as a leading healthcare tourism destination. [image: eyeforpharma]

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Pfizer to stop selling vaccines in China

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02-Apr-15 Pfizer Inc said it will cease vaccines sales in China after an import licence for the only vaccine it sold there was not renewed. Drug makers face growing difficulties obtaining approvals in the world’s no. 2 drug market, where pharmaceutical executives say regulators have added more red tape to the process of bringing drugs to market. [image: Fortune]

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More private hospitals open in Shenzhen

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02-Apr-15 More private high-end hospitals have come to Shenzhen as its middle-class keeps expanding. The city is also reported to be encouraging private investment in the public health sector. “The city government has... included the hospital into the national health care insurance network to help patients reduce their costs,” said Liu Jiangning, executive president of C-Mer (Shenzhen) Dennis Law Eye Hospital. [image: Shenzhen Standard]

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GE Healthcare designs, builds CT system in India

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02-Apr-15 Wipro GE Healthcare has launched Revolution ACTs, the first CT scanner designed and manufactured in India. The company said the system is the result of USD19 mn in investment and collaboration with Indian healthcare providers over for four years. [image: Deccan Herald]

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Australian innovation repairs holes in the heart

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02-Apr-15 Researchers in Australia have developed CardioCel, a life-saving heart patch for the repair and reconstruction of cardiovascular defects. The flexible patch works like human tissue to cover holes in the heart, thereby eliminating the need for repeat surgery. [Image: The Sydney Morning Herald]

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