Why invest in future health?
This is one of the most innovative industries
Without a doubt, this is one of the most innovative industries. It incorporates technological advances as important as artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, 3D printing, or robotics. Thanks to these breakthroughs, we will be able to receive highly personalised treatments, which could even be adapted to our DNA.
Healthcare systems to be much more sustainable
Combining medicine with these new technologies allows our healthcare systems to be much more sustainable, offering more effective and cheaper solutions to many diseases.
The healthcare sector has always been one of the most stable
In financial terms, the healthcare sector has always been one of the most stable. This is mainly because the demand for healthcare is constant, no matter what the vagaries of the economy may be. If we also take into account that we live in an increasingly aging society (we live longer), it is logical to think that this trend will not change. It will become stronger, in fact.
How do we invest in future health?
We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in the health of the future:
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News about future health
3D bioprinting is a technology used to generate tissues and organs with the characteristics of human tissues. It has been developed in recent years thanks to advances in biotechnology and tissue engineering, but has generated a strong debate about its ethics, which has slowed its testing in humans.
At New Gen it is possible to invest in cancer research, which can help multiply by a factor of 3 the life expectancy of people suffering from this and other chronic degenerative diseases.
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Foodtech takes into account from the production to the consumption of food, providing safety, sustainability, innovation and efficiency, thus encompassing all those stages that apply technologies to the agri-food value chain.
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