The world's health sector is expanding. Can it heal our economies?

A Red Cross worker demonstrates how to properly wear and remove protective gloves during a training session with volunteers in Guatemala City April 29, 2009. Officials have said there have been no confirmed deaths from swine flu in Guatemala, which shares a border with Mexico.

Economic engine ... the health sector is expected to create tens of millions of new jobs Image: REUTERS/Daniel LeClair

Kate Tulenko
Chief Executive Officer, Corvus Health
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