Research and development

Precision medicine - where will the future of healthcare be located?

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Over the past 100 years the human lifespan has doubled. This is true across both developed and developing countries. There are many, many reasons for this incredible improvement in human health, but the three key scientific breakthroughs were vaccines, germ theory and antibiotics.

The scientific advances which followed these discoveries in mean we now look to a future where our understanding of the role played by human genes, the environment and our lifestyle has transformed the very way we think of medicine and healthcare. The speed of these developments also means that how and where life sciences operate may be very different. Welcome to the world of precision medicine.
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