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Biotechnology (Biotech)

Biotechnology in the medical context refers to the use of biological systems and processes to develop new treatments and therapies for diseases and medical conditions. It encompasses a range of scientific disciplines, including molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, and microbiology, and utilizes techniques such as recombinant DNA technology and stem cell research to develop innovative medical products and treatments. Medical biotechnology has the potential to revolutionize healthcare by providing new and improved ways to diagnose, treat, and prevent a wide range of medical conditions.