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Sustainable Healthcare

Healthcare is one of the major sectors which release a large amount of medical waste. 90% of the medical waste comes from packaging, paper & non-hazardous refuse which can be recycled if made from the right materials. Sustainable healthcare is important in achieving good health in sustainable ways.

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Since 2010, the greatest annual number of rescue clinical trials occurred in 2018, with 7,657 clinical trials. Phase II outnumbered all other phases, making up to more than 40% of trials; all others were below 20%. North America leads single-country trials but Europe has the most multinational clinical trials. By therapeutic areas, Oncology and indications under its umbrella such as blood cancer, gastrointestinal tract cancer, and lung cancer were the top therapy area and indications tested in rescue clinical trials.

Geopolitics in Healthcare – Thematic Research

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This report specifically looks at environment sustainability innovation in automated biochemistry analyzers for the healthcare industry and the leading companies, start-ups and their adoption trends. These insights help businesses in making informed strategic decisions for a more durable source of competitive advantage.

Medtech Steering the Patient-Centric Healthcare Revolution – Behind the Breakthroughs

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