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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

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Alex Tolley

It is remarkable how resistant to change the medical industry is. It would be mostly recognizable to a patient from the beginning of the C20th century. However, I don't expect that the industry will change that much in the delivery of medicines and health care. What I do expect is the information revolution will eventually make delivery more standard based on best practices and I do see a revolution in biology that will make Star Trek like disease discovery and cure possible. But note that McCoy never had to do extensive and expensive clinical trials before he could save his dying crew members or a planet.

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