The ever-increasing demand imposed on healthcare due to the increasing chronic conditions, especially with the growing aging population gives rise to the need of maintaining proper medical documentation of the patients by the health professionals.
In recent years, the Genetically Engineered Mouse Model (GEMMs) have contributed positively to the field of cancer research. In contrast to traditional cancer cell inoculation models, GEMMs develop de novotumors in the natural immune proficient environment.
Food security has become one of the most complex challenges today with an increasing population demanding a sustainable, nutritious, and affordable high-quality food. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the carbon footprint of food spoilage is estimated at 3.3 gigatonnes of CO2. Also, food wastage often occurs before the food reaches to consumer. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency credits food wastage as the second-largest component of solid waste in developed countries.
With advances in treatment and technology, the practice of healthcare has shifted from episodic care to a more complete, integrated approach which requires information that is accurate, reliable and timely. Registries help in the collection of information about individuals, usually focused around a specific disease or condition.
Biopharmaceuticals are among the most innovative and sophisticated achievement of science. Biopharmaceuticals are recombinant biological entities obtained from biological sources such as organs and tissues, microorganisms, animal fluids, or genetically modified cells and organisms.
Telemental health/telebehavioral health will drive the growth of the global telehealth market which is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.0% to reach USD 12,105.2 million by 2023, according to Meticulous Research®.