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    Tuberculosis is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. In 2015, 10.4 million were diagnosed with tuberculosis and an estimated 1.8 million died from the disease.
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    Apa yang tidak disadari publik adalah, katanya, bahwa tingginya tekanan darah bisa jadi fatal. Banyak orang menderita kondisi ini tetapi tidak sadar karena mereka tidak pernah mengukur tekanan darahnya.
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    Biologics have superior efficacy but are also expensive; this has paved way for a lucrative and rapidly expanding market for biosimilars, which are perceived to help bring down healthcare costs.
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    Researchers are slowly finding that by allowing patients to dictate what gets researched, problems previously not recognised can be identified and research becomes more focused and efficient.
  • 4 common misconceptions about biosimilar drugs
    There are many misconceptions regarding biosimilar drugs because the approval process, relevant legislation regarding interchangeability of biologics and pricing mechanisms are subjected to continuous modification.
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    The NHS funding crisis is further worsening the problems of an ageing population, an increasing birth rate, more cases of sexually transmitted infections and more patients denied surgery.