modern medical doctors

Zoe Saldana thanks vaccinations and modern medicine for sons’ happy lives – Los Angeles Times

“I was acutely aware of the fact that their lives were not in our hands,” she recalled while accepting an award from Jhpiego, a global health nonprofit that works to ensure women, children and families have access to timely, skilled, high-quality health services. “They needed assistance just to breathe....
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Cutting Edge Health Technology Review April 2019 Edition: Surgical Robots, Brain AI, VR Training and more – DocWire News

With health technology changing on a daily basis, DocWire’s Future of Medicine (FOM) section covers these updates, trial results and product ; Check out below for some of our favorites cutting edge health technology (tech) advances from April 2019. Surgical Robot Successfully Navigates Itself Through Heart Published in the...
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Chronic fatigue syndrome: New test in sight – Medical News Today

Scientists have developed a test for chronic fatigue syndrome that detects the reaction of the immune cells and blood plasma to stress. The findings may also help screen effective drugs for the condition. Scientists have developed and tested a new diagnostic tool for ME/CFS. Myalgic encephalomyelitis, or chronic fatigue...
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Amanda Daley on how doctors are learning about medical cannabis – News – MM&M – Medical Marketing and Media

Amanda Daley, VP, medical sales and education, Canopy Growth, recently joined MM&M’s executive editor Marc Iskowitz on MM&M’s Transforming Healthcare webcast, which offered a sneak peek into some of the cutting-edge educational content in store at May 8’s Transforming Healthcare event. The following interview has been condensed and edited....
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Rural Broadband Co-ops Create Opportunity for Next Level of Telehealth – Daily Yonder

Telehealth means a lot more than just video conferencing between doctor and patient. Making the medical technology work means the ability to move data – lots and lots of data. Share This: Score another solid victory for broadband activists and stakeholders, this time in Georgia, as legislators and the...
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Global Telehealth Market Outlook and Forecasts 2019-2024 – Demand for Virtual Visits, Remote Patient Monitoring, and mHealth – PRNewswire

DUBLIN, April 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The “Telehealth Market – Global Outlook and Forecast 2019-2024″ report has been added to #8217;s offering. The global telehealth market is expected to reach around $40 billion, growing at a CAGR of 25% during 2018-2014 The access to telehealthcare has improved medical treatment...
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The Untapped Potential Of Placebos To Heal – NPR

Enlarge this image Angela Hsieh/NPR In medicine today, placebos serve a specific purpose. In the form of sugar pills or pretend treatments, placebos provide a benchmark against which researchers can compare drugs and other medical interventions. Ted Kaptchuk is a professor at Harvard Medical School. He says it’s often...
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Victims of Military Medical Malpractice to Testify Before Congress – Military.com

Victims of malpractice by military doctors will testify Tuesday in Washington, , on the devastating impact of medical errors and the legal barriers they faced in suing the federal government for the mistakes. Army Sgt. 1st Class Richard Stayskal, a Green Beret diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer, will appear...
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Long Island physicians to form value-based kidney care group – Crain's New York Business

A group of 30 medical providers with patients on Long Island and in Queens has created a new medical group, PRINE Health, that will work to manage the complex and costly care of patients with chronic kidney disease. The group, which will launch officially May 1, is made up...
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Unmanned aircraft delivered kidney for transplant: Groundbreaking effort could help expand donor access to transplantation – Science Daily

In a first-ever advancement in human medicine and aviation technology, a University of Maryland unmanned aircraft has delivered a donor kidney to surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) in Baltimore for successful transplantation into a patient with kidney failure. This successful demonstration illustrates the potential of...
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