It’s January 2026. You wake up. Your digital health assistant takes thirty seconds to run a full diagnostic of your body, deploying dozens of sensors capturing gigabytes of data. It tells you that based on the last 48 hours, you might be coming down with the flu.
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If you had to guess how long it takes for a drug to go from an idea to your pharmacy, what would you guess? 3 years? 5 years? How about the cost? $30 million? $100 million?
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Two revolutionary tools are overhauling healthcare as we know it today: genome sequencing and CRISPR engineering.
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The convergence of exponential technologies — including machine learning, artificial intelligence, robotics, networks, sensors, synthetic biology and quantum computing — is transforming healthcare.