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Genetic privacy: We must learn from the story of Henrietta Lacks

By Maninder Ahluwalia A street mural memorial to Henrietta Lacks in Oak Park, Illinois MedSci / Alamy Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Henrietta Lacks, commonly referred to as “the mother of modern medicine”. Her cells have been used in experiments in laboratories around the world but were cultivated without her consent.… Read More »

What You Can Learn From The Latest Healthcare Marketing Trends

What You Can Learn From The Latest Healthcare Marketing Trends What You Can Learn From The Latest Healthcare Marketing Trends : The healthcare industry globally is worth around $ 11.9 trillion, and it is only going to expand in the coming years. While the medical community has consistently delivered with discoveries of drugs, tonics, practices, and… Read More »

Moody’s: US healthcare system rebounds from COVID-19 in May, but a bumpy road lies ahead

Dive Brief: A Moody’s Investors Service report on Thursday suggests that the U.S. healthcare industry is on the rebound from COVID-19, but recovery will likely to slow and uneven. Moreover, the report expressed concerns that regional flareups of coronavirus could majorly set back the return to normal volumes. Investment firm Jefferies affirmed those worries in… Read More »