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October 10th, 2006

How boomers will change health care

Abstract:
Mary awoke to find her breathing to be much easier, no doubt due to the recent reprogramming of her implanted nanomed dispenser. Despite the rather nasty political issues surrounding the new technology, it was certainly light years ahead of the way in which chronic diseases were managed even a decade or two ago and Mary was grateful she qualified for it.

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