Medicare Costs Will Likely Rise With Improved Cardiac Therapies – RAND
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Medical advances for devices, vaccines, telomerase inhibitors and disease prevention programs will lead to more rapid cost increases than the rising incidence of chronic disease, according to RAND Corporation.
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