For every dollar you spend on health care, the actual practitioner gets only a taste. The system of "administration" gets a good chunk just for shuffling paperwork. And if you really get sick, this system of Health "Care" will drop your coverage so fast you won't know what hit you.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Next up: Personal Genome Sequencing

Latest advances from Stanford:

Genome Sequencing Gets 99.9833% Price Cut

With the cost currently at $50,000 (down from $300 million), it's an official Tech Race.

The cost-efficiency target is $1000 and under one month. At that point it will enter into widespread usage. Checking a person for genetic markers as a normal diagnostic tool and for preventative medicine will be a reality.

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