The Washington Post's Christopher Weaver says that, "over the past two decades, venture capitalists helped make possible striking advances in health care, including robotic surgery, cancer vaccines, and genomics." But US healthcare spending is "forecasted to grow in an unaffordable way for the country," says John Doerr from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers -- a situation making more VCs focus on supporting companies that could help cut those costs, according to Weaver.

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