What are the scientific, public health, dietary and treatment aspects of managing and solving chronic disease? Which efforts effectively narrow health outcome discrepancies? How can barriers to independently managing chronic and critical disease be reduced? What new horizons will gene editing open? Bechara Choucair, Senior Vice President and Chief Community Health Officer, Kaiser Permanente, Shaun Coughlin, Global Head of Cardiovascular and Metabolism at Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research and David Waters, CEO, Community Servings discussed with Olga Khazan, The Atlantic.
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