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Student Entrepreneur's top ten entrepreneurs part 2

Simon Barker
7/16/2010 03:09 PM EDT

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Peter Clarke
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Peter Clarke   7/18/2010 4:33:16 PM
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I agree, but in the dental and medical area - including opthalmic opticians - it is also important to have some checks and balances in place to prevent the free market riding roughshod over vulnerable people. And those checks and balances, and professionalism, sometimes state-sponsored, often introduce cost. Some might say too much cost, but I would not wish do without protection when I am paying for essential aids such as glasses.

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Silicon_Smith   7/17/2010 6:43:01 PM
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It is often amazing how few products could actually cost much less and still serve the same purpose or be equally useful. As in the case of glassesdirect, a lot of medical technologies could cost a lot less if only more people got ideas like Jamie Wells and, of course, the public realized there is little correlation between the quality and the price of a product in this brand driven market and marketing driven economy!!

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