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Lifestyle Disease Trend Continues In Asia - WHO Epidemiology Report

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

HONG KONG - Growing economies, improved diets and access to healthcare are having a positive effect on health across Asia, but the incidence of infectious diseases remains stubbornly high and the impact is compounded by rises in non-communicable lifestyle diseases. The latest set of statistical data from the World Health Organization suggests more and more countries are forced to tackle both simultaneously, and global and local pharma companies are racing to fill unmet needs

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