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Biotech: Healing One Cell at a Time
Research into tissue and organ engineering using inkjet printers and 3D scaffolds has an undeniable sci-fi quality to...
Simple blood test to reveal cancer at low levels
Harvard University medical researchers are developing a new test to make monitoring cancer in patients easier and...
Embryonic stem cells may help elderly battle blindness
A therapy derived from human embryonic stem cells may help millions of Americans battle a common form of blindness...
Hollywood-style special effects give girl new ear
Facial prosthetics ---made to counter damage from cancer, trauma, birth defects --- haven't gained the attention of...
Web Exclusive: Can U.S. Mobile Health Efforts Survive the Wonks and Skeptics?
Health workers around the world are using mobile devices and wireless technologies to bring healthcare to patients in...
Web Exclusive: Is the Healthcare Technology Arms Race Over?
Healthcare organizations have been investing heavily in the latest diagnosis and treatment technology in order to show...
San Diego: First wireless health institute
San Diego is about to step to the forefront of efforts to get wireless healthcare inventions out of the laboratory and...
High tech healthcare
The melding of healthcare and wireless technology is creating new tools for providers. Driven by laboratory...
Who's interested in Health IT?
This editorial piece from Government Health IT talks about how understanding who all the interested parties are is...
Cardinal CEO has plan to trim medical mistakes
Healthcare services company Cardinal Health is making an increased push for increased patient-safety initiatives in the...