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The 21st Century Cures Act: Will Obama's last healthcare bill be advantageous?
 

The 21st Century Cures Act: Will Obama's last healthcare bill be advantageous?

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The new Act will see a USD 6.3 billion invested in pharmaceutical research, the drug abuse epidemic and cancer research. But what does it mean for the healthcare industry?
 
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18 Dec 2016 - General
 
I hope this law will not compensate the health of the public over the fast approval of drugs. For this will make it easier for companies to bring substandard or ineffective medicines and devices to market. However, the bill has its positive side espe...
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Kathleen Peralta Yea right, there will always be good and bad sides of every new innovation. That is why we always have research to prove what is needed to prove in. The faster the better c...
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There will always be a good side and bad side to every decision we make. As mentioned in the article, as FDA will be expected to approve new drugs quicker, this could compromise a person's health. If new drugs are being trialled or studied for 6 ...
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On 13 December, President Barack Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act, a bipartisan effort that has been in the works since April 2014, investing USD6.3 billion in changing the way drugs are being approved, curbing the drug abuse epidemic and canc...
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