Future of Consumption

This is how precision consumption can improve the health of millions 

Non-communicable diseases kills 41 million people each year, could precision medicine reduce this? Image: Unsplash/Brandless

Zara Ingilizian

Head of Shaping the Future of Consumption; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

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Future of ConsumptionGlobal HealthHealthcare DeliveryFourth Industrial RevolutionDavos 2020

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