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Why new cancer treatments cannot save us

The ICPerMed believes personalised medicine could revolutionise healthcare by 2030. While the field does bring exciting progress, it also creates disparities, according to Yongjia Wang. Precision medicine, which uses genetic sequencing, is costly and the genomic research is unfairly balanced, with 80% coming from Europeans. Wang argues these issues, along with the question of who should cover treatment costs, creates an inequitable system where the rich benefit, while many others are left behind.

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Risk Non-Payment or Deny Medications

A ransomware attack by the ‘Blackcat’ group on UnitedHealth Group subsidiary Change Healthcare has disrupted payment systems and prescription processing in nearly 90% of US