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Innovations in Health

The New Money: Crowds Replace Traditional Funding for Health Innovation

October 15, 2013
Government sources of research funding for new health technologies are drying up. So what's replacing them? Campaigns on Indiegogo suggest: it's all about the power of crowds.  (Reena Flores)
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