Month: November 2014

THE VALUE OF GENETIC DIVINATION – STATED PREFERENCES FOR PERSONALIZED INFORMATION FOR REDUCING MORTALITY RISKS

Durham, NC, USA – The advent of genetic testing provides individuals and health care systems the opportunity to acquire information about predispositions to cancers and other diseases.  Whether this information is useful depends on the existence of efficacious health interventions

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HOW DO PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTIONS DECIDE WHICH HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES ARE AVAILABLE IN MEXICO?

Mexico City, Mexico – Since improving the process for the submission of new health technologies in 2011, the Mexican Public Health Institution has also optimized public resources through the use of technologies (supplies) that have proven their safety, therapeutic efficacy,

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