Government Emphasis On Preventative Care Needed To Curb Healthcare Costs in Asia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
SHANGHAI - Creating incentives for people to lead a healthy lifestyle is one key to expanding access to healthcare in Asia, especially as the population ages and takes up more of limited national budgets, according to a recent report from global consulting firm Frost & Sullivan
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