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Ageing populations

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Profit: the ugly, dirty truth?

Profit: the ugly, dirty truth?

And won’t high profits bankrupt global health systems that are already creaking under the pressure of increasingly ageing populations?

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  • Janssen’s quest to prevent diseases taking hold Janssen’s quest to prevent diseases taking hold

    Forest fires. The need to open up a different attack front is compelled by ageing populations afflicted by chronic and complex combinations of diseases that are sending healthcare systems into meltdown.

  • A butterfly flaps its wings A butterfly flaps its wings

    It's made more expensive by ageing populations, epidemiological shifts, patient expectations and technological possibilities, among other things. ... Ageing populations and other factors slow economic growth, a phenomenon known at the extremes as secular

  • The future of biotech The future of biotech

    Ageing populations seek to invest in tests and treatments for Alzheimers and faster, more reliable DNA and pathology tests.

  • A new era of collaboration A new era of collaboration

    Furthermore, it's simply not possible for cost containment to be so effective that it prevents a whole host of drivers putting pressures on health systems, from ageing populations to the

  • Britain facing social care 'time bomb' Britain facing social care 'time bomb'

    UK and global health services caused by ageing populations.

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  • OUR OPPORTUNITY TO RETHINK THE HEALTH EXPERIENCE — Our point of view

    It’ s being driven by new technologies and by innovations in medical science and practice: by ageing populations, chronic health conditions, and demanding patients; by competing healthcare providers and competing philosophies

  • HAVAS LYNX

    Digital is, so to speak, a global language. The success of Facebook, Google Apple, have succeeded where armies, politics and religion have failed, in uniting disparate populations. ... It’ s being driven by new technologies and by innovations in

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