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April 3rd, 2006

Trends in Medicine

Abstract:
Chris Phoenix: I just returned from a Future Medical Forum conference where I spoke on the nanotechnology panel. Other speakers covered topics such as device design, regulation, setting prices for products, future trends in medical research, and more. Much of what I heard confirmed ideas I've had about where medicine could go once it was enabled by molecular manufacturingóbut it seems that some things are happening already. A number of these trends will disrupt the medical industry. Thus, molecular manufacturing should reinforce the direction medicine is goingóbut that direction will not always be comfortable for medical companies.

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Center for Responsible Nanotechnology

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