Asia's Cancer Markets
Executive SummaryAs Asian economies boom, Western lifestyles and industrialization are causing a rise in cancer--an permitting once-poor medical systems to pay for treatment. For US companies, the trick is to follow treatment patterns and reimbursement practices which differ from country to country in the region.
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