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The global health arena surmises the entire span of our world and its human populous. This “arena” contains the entirety of our human population and with that population, the health threats that constantly shape our future. In acknowledging the global arena for which we find ourselves in, it is important that the innovations and technologies rendered to help our fellow man are also available to all within the confines of this metaphysical arena. Innovations in science, technology, and medicine must not be available to only a segment of individuals who understand and can harness it. Rather, it is within the adaptability complex of these innovations that the true essence of “innovation” comes to fruition.
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