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The New York Genome Center and IBM Watson Group Announce Collaboration to Advance Genomic Medicine

The New York Genome Center (NYGC) and IBM announced an initiative to accelerate a new era of genomic medicine with the use of IBM's Watson cognitive system. ...  
YouTube
over 7 years ago
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New App Helps People Connect With Those Suffering From Dementia

Frieda Rozbruch was always a smart, capable, self-reliant woman. She survived the Holocaust, spoke seven languages and cooked up nine-course meals for th...  
huffingtonpost.com
almost 7 years ago
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Medical Daily

The latest health news, scientific trends and medical information, covered in a way that helps you make sense of the complex and constantly changing field of medical knowledge.  
medicaldaily.com
over 6 years ago
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6 Amazing 3D-Printed Body Parts That Changed Patients' Lives

Ball's in your court, ​nature​.  
huffingtonpost.com
over 6 years ago
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Young physicians take over controls to learn robotic surgery

UCLA’s Center for Advanced Surgical and Interventional Technology is holding its first-ever, grand-scale robotic surgical training sessions over two days, ...  
newsroom.ucla.edu
almost 7 years ago
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Home - Quality Improvement Database

QuID's primary aim is to make it easier for good practice to be reported and shared. The secondary aim of QuID is to provide an educational experience for students and junior healthcare professionals by showing examples of projects that could be undertaken, offering advice and allowing individuals to practice submitting their work to a peer-review process.  
quid.org.uk
almost 7 years ago
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Stanford University develops $90 iPhone accessory to replace ophthalmology kit costing tens of thousands

Researchers at Stanford University’s School of Medicine have developed two low-cost iPhone adapters that provide images of the eye that usually require specialist ophthalmology equipment costing tens of thousands of dollars. The university hopes that it will be useful both for primary care physicians in the U.S. as well as rural medical centres in developing countries.  
9to5Mac
almost 8 years ago
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It’s late at night. You’re reading a news article about a section of the world with which you’re hardly familiar, but the story strikes a chord. That seemingly innocent village in South Sudan, bombed ruthlessly by its faceless government, but there at the center of it all is a 14-year-old boy, his two arms severed by the violence.  
iQ by Intel
almost 8 years ago