FROM Katie Hafner
How Apps, iPads, and Smart Phones Are Revolutionizing Medicine Today's New York Times describes a doctor exhausted after 24 hours on call, faced with potentially risky treatment of an elderly patient. Where does he find the answer? On his iPhone. "The history of medicine is defined by advances born of bioscience. But never before has it been driven to this degree by digital technology." That's from a story by the Times' Katie Hafner.
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