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The former health secretary detailed in his pandemic diaries the government's early decision-making to try to protect the country's fragile and elderly community

Matt Hancock’s justification of Covid care home policy sparked industry outrage

Nursing home group accuses Matt Hancock’s diary and memoir of events of ‘nothing like the facts’, with official saying ‘it was a man who lied’ Matt Hancock’s defense of Covid care home management sparked industry outrage The former health secretary explained many of his decisions in his pandemic diaries But industry insiders said his memory …

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Global personalized medicine industry expected to reach $155.7 billion by 2027

Global personalized medicine industry expected to reach $155.7 billion by 2027

DUBLIN, December 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Personalized Medicine Market, Size, Share, Forecast 2023-2027, Industry Trends, Growth, Overview, Inflation Impact, Business Analysis” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research_and_Markets_Logo The personalized medicine market will reach US$155.76 billion by 2027. Personalized medicine is a medical approach to disease prevention and diagnosis based on behavioral, …

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One Call Industry Survey Reveals These Are The Top Two Challenges Facing Workers' Compensation Companies As We Head Towards 2023 - Risk and Insurance

One Call Industry Survey Reveals These Are The Top Two Challenges Facing Workers’ Compensation Companies As We Head Towards 2023 – Risk and Insurance

Talent shortages and the need for new technologies remain top concerns for workers’ compensation professionals. In recent years, workers’ compensation has faced a number of challenges. From managing work-related health risks related to COVID-19 to managing the challenges of today’s economic and labor markets, the industry is always facing new challenges. To better understand some …

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The results of the midterm elections in the United States have multiple implications for the pharmaceutical industry

The results of the midterm elections in the United States have multiple implications for the pharmaceutical industry

Credit: Victor Moussa / Shutterstock. Although the US midterm elections are not completely over, it is now clear who controls each chamber of the US Congress. Media leading up to the midterm elections predicted a “red wave”: the US Senate and House of Representatives would be taken under Republican control, weakening President Joe Biden’s Democratic …

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The construction industry can pave the way for better mental health support

The construction industry can pave the way for better mental health support

The writer is group chairman and managing director of Mace It’s no secret that the construction industry faces a significant mental health issue. The statistics, especially those related to suicide, are both shocking and well documented. People working in the construction industry in the UK are three times more likely to commit suicide than those …

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Berlin warms to French 'Buy European' plans as global trade rules erode

Berlin warms to French ‘Buy European’ plans as global trade rules erode

Press play to listen to this article Expressed by artificial intelligence. BERLIN — Threatened by a new package of U.S. subsidies that could hammer European industry, Germany is backtracking on its longstanding objections to programs such as France’s “Buy European Act” that would lay down provisions on buying goods locally. Berlin’s growing sympathy for the …

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