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The Future of Healthcare: 3 Predictions for the Next Five Years

December 2, 2019


Medical science was taking great strides around the turn of the 20th century. An Austrian biologist had learned that humans have different blood types, researchers were discovering the existence of vitamins and a Dutch physician invented electrocardiography.

The landscape looks a little different now, just a short 100 or so years later. Medical science is using stem cells to grow new organs, a surgeon in New York City removed the gall bladder of a patient in France using remote robotic arms and Dutch surgeons 3D-printed a replacement section of a woman’s skull.

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