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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...
Web Exclusive: Device shows promise in preventing strokes
Women’s hair clips. Barrettes. Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Delos “Toby” Cosgrove pauses for effect as...
Motorola MC75A0-HC device ready for hospital apps
Motorola has unveiled a new push-to-talk mobile device to withstand the drops and spills of a hospital environment...
Web Exclusive: Dell’s enterprise Streak plan: Target healthcare
Dell is aiming to take its 5-inch Android Streak into the healthcare industry as part of a broader set of healthcare...
Web Exclusive: Clean Malpractice Records Don't Correlate with Doctors' Quality, Study Finds
A RAND study finds no consistent association between the number of malpractice payments or disciplinary actions...