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How to place Innovation priority in medical care future in North Africa

Regenerative medicine represents a growing disruptive innovation that leads the actual quaternary care innovation; behind Information Technology (IT) sector, both represent a future of an employment and great booming economic for emerging country. North Africa (NA), looks to lead continent with a growing economy based on education and medical services to safeguard the actual increasing rate of life quality for population how will exceed 200 million capital (NA) with 28% which are aged between 15 and 25 with Net enrolment ratios (NER) average 94 percent. Growing infrastructure in Public health care and Universities shown last decades the massive involvement of graduate in academic research with a majority oriented for medical care, biological science and its research subjects. Faced to the lack of the economic model, this begun to be as a shortness Politics solution against the high rate of unemployment. We promote through the emerging civil society activity the advocate for the development of the next economic model, on the horizon of 2030, to including bioscience like a head model for high added value industry and high skills demand market.

Author(s): Abdessalam.J Kâaniche

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