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History of Medicine deals with medicine as practiced by trained professionals from ancient times to the present. The main aim is to promote awareness at colleges and universities to discuss and share the importance and usefulness of history of science and medicine and the theme covers the providing means for exchange and sharing of research, ideas and interest related to History of Medicine, science and technology.
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Doctors will practice more-personalized medicine, not because they’ll be friendlier, but because they’ll have access to more-detailed genetic information about their patients. Such changes will affect how medicine is taught.A curriculum in genetics is so important to the future of medicine, says Aaron Michelfelder, associate professor of family medicine at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Loyola’s genetics course used to be completed in the first year of medical school, but now it has been expanded and incorporated into the entire four-year curriculum.
The global pharmaceutical contract research and manufacturing services market is set to grow by an average of 13.6% a year to 2017, by which time it will be worth $136 billion, up from $72 billion in 2012, according to new forecasts.
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