'Smart' bodies, predictive data mining, stem-cell medicine, nano-scale technology and remote robots
A report authored by futurologist Ray Hammond and commissioned by Allianz Care has investigated the likely future developments and trends in healthcare between now and 2040. The ‘Future Health, Care and Wellbeing' report, launched as part of ‘The World in 2040' series, identifies five key areas of medical innovation that it says will ‘revolutionise' the healthcare landscape. They include personalised medicine, stem-cell medicine, nano-scale medicine, gene therapy and editing, and digital health....
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