During the 20th century, humanity achieved something almost unbelievable: it actually pushed back death. In 1900, average global life expectancy was 31, a figure largely unchanged since biblical times. Yet by 2000, that had risen to 66.4 years and it now stands at 71.4. The factors shaping this change are complex and numerous, but the life sciences – the sector that includes drug development and healthcare providers as well as research into cuttingedge procedures and technologies – is central to the story. This article by Fiona Ashdown from Insource explains how to maximise the potential of these phenomenal industries.
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