Health insurance makes a difference in whether and when people get necessary medical care, where they
get their care, and ultimately, how healthy people are. Uninsured adults are far more likely than the insured
to postpone or forgo health care altogether and less able to afford prescription drugs or follow through with
recommended treatments. Problems getting needed care are less common among children, who are
generally healthy, but disparities in access to care between uninsured and insured children are as great as
the adult differences.
One of this study’s aims is to show the large number of variables that have an influence
on the socio-economic development of aid recipients. Furthermore, these are variables
that donor governments can do something about (to a greater or lesser extent). There are
also multiple connections between these variables, so specifying the factors that
ultimately have an influence on achieving the MDGs is extremely complex.
EDRN is at the forefront of technology-driven research on the use of
biomarkers for the early detection of cancer. By identifying and validat-
ing biomarkers, such as novel proteins or changes in gene expression, it
is possible to measure an individual’s disease risk, progression of disease,
or response to therapy. Ultimately, EDRN research will aid in prevention
and in early therapeutic intervention, based on early detection of disease.
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