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While the health industry won't see a growth as explosive as when PeaceHealth opened its RiverBend hospital in 2008, it may still be the first to see an economic recovery this year.
The health industry managed to grow by 1% last year, adding 200 jobs.
Read the full story at The Register-Guard.
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