Upstart company pins hopes on pills at the push of a button
globeandmail.com, May 13, 2008
A high-tech system has been developed that could revolutionize how Canadians obtain prescription drugs. The concept revolves around a kiosk that operates like a vending machine, using advanced robotics and technology to read prescriptions and dispense more than 150 commonly prescribed drugs. A video screen links a pharmacist to the patient.
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