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Healthcare focus key to Zapatero re-election success in Spanish polls

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

The re-election of Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero is widely seen as an endorsement of healthcare, R&D and other social reforms that have shone brightly in an economy that has otherwise suffered a downturn. These reforms will remain a central feature of the second four-year term, health minister Bernat Soria suggested in the run up to the elections, highlighting planned increases in "productive investment" in healthcare and in biomedical R&D.






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