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A perspective on invention, innovation, and regulation of medical devices

1/2/2012 01:09 PM EST
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visitorshealth   7/24/2012 3:07:04 PM
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There are a lot of options in the industry, but when it comes to selecting the most apt or best suited products, very few make the right choice. Jay - http://www.visitorshealthinsurance.com/

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ChrisChin   4/27/2012 6:56:36 AM
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I find that with more regulations on safety, the tougher rules actually help innovators create better products. When more challenges are imposed, there is a greater chance of a safer, more innovative product being produced. We need to demand better medical practices, and if we have to wait longer for the right device to come out, at least we know it passed safety regulations. Chris - http://americanvisitorinsurance.com

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EREBUS0   1/28/2012 11:54:24 PM
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Medical prevention is the only area where any investment will truly help everyone. We know what everyone needs to do, we are just too lazy to force people to eat right, exercise and take care of them. I think we should institute a Fat tax. Anyone over or under the correct weight for their age and height should be charge 100 dollars a pound. I bet our health care costs will be non existent in ten years.

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