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GE is @ the Polyclinic helping to care for athletes' health and working with physicians from around the world to offer the best technologies for assertive decision making http://invent.ge/2aXm8qT
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A new age of intelligent healthcare: as the population ages, Japan anticipates a spike in demand for medical exams. How a network of the country hospitals are being given predictive analysis capabilities to work smarter, faster, and better. Look at the Brilliant Hospital Changing Healthcare in Japan 

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More energy falls on the US in sunlight every day than it uses in a whole year. So for the healthcare industry, which produces up to 8 percent of US annual greenhouse gas emissions, making the most of that energy can go a long way to making the industry greener

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The Weekend Pulse: This week in health, science and tech: the ‘factory-in-a-box’ that found fame, a vast reserve of Helium that was found in Tanzania, SPECT scanners catching up with the 21st Century and the world’s largest ever population study that was launched to find real, effective treatments for dementia. Get up to speed this weekend with this roundup.

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Sports medicine has evolved from a niche discipline to a cutting-edge field. But one thing in sports medicine hasn’t changed…

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“Vital equipment such as this will put the UK at the forefront of dementia research worldwide and establishing networks of scientists will ensure that researchers are working together to make the best use of the equipment.” Professor John Gallacher, Director of Dementia Platform UK.

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Welcome to the age of CZT, the wonder-material that will help capture a much clearer picture of the world around us, and inside us. This innovative material uses digital detectors to image patients.

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Last week researchers discovered large quantities of helium in the Tanzanian East African Rift Valley.
Helium is found in much more than just balloons 🎈🎈 and the periodic table of elements. Here are 10 stats you may or may not have known about this chemical element and why this discovery matters for healthcare.

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In 2011, in a small, hot, windowless room in Rio de Janeiro, a small team of scientists and engineers invented a new way to make medicines.
The problem: biologics are typically expensive to make, in complex manufacturing facilities that take years to build, and are often prohibitively expensive for huge numbers of patients around the world. But these inventors found a new solution.

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Pfizer breaks ground with Biopharmaceutical Technology Center in Hangzhou, China: Noting the promise of additional treatments for cancer, diabetes and other diseases, Pfizer is creating a Global Biotechnology Center made with flexible, pre-fabricated “factory in a box” modules that take months, rather than years to set up, in Hangzhou, China.
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