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Digital Europa Thesaurus disease prevention e-Health
PAGE | 11 December 2018
Synergies among engineering, physical sciences, computation, and life sciences are revolutionising medicine and health – advancing techniques to regenerate lost limbs and replace malfunctioning...
PAGE | 12 November 2018
90% of all health R&D expenditure is targeted at problems that affect only 10% of the world’s population.| Related Megatrends: Inequalities; TechnologyAbout 20% of health expenditure makes...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 29 October 2018
Priority should increase for prevention and early detection of diseases rather than cure of the symptoms.Use of AI and big data to identify trends in health by regions, for encouraging prevention of potential...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 29 October 2018
Policies to address practices, prices, and research priorities of the pharmaceutical industry are needed. Public funding for basic research should increase, to ensure expansion of responsible and socially-needed...
PAGE | 23 October 2018
The pharmaceutical industry is increasingly driven by the need to move from treatment to prevention, diagnostics and cure, therefore speeding up innovation and implementation of new technological developments. By 2030, the pharmaceutical industry...
PAGE | 23 October 2018
Ischaemic heart disease and stroke have been the world’s top causes of death for the past 15 years (accounting for a combined 15 million deaths in 2015) and are...
PAGE | 23 October 2018
Over 70% – 41 million of total 56 million global deaths are due to noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) with significant differences by countries and regions. |...
PAGE | 11 October 2018
Goal 3 "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages" of the SDGs includes two targets directly related to noncommunicable diseases.