After months of waiting for your dermatologist appointment, you finally get a reminder call. Unable to reach you, the receptionist leaves a voicemail with all the details you need. Have you ever accidentally
If you’re a medical researcher looking for antibodies, sometimes Googling isn’t enough. Or rather, it’s too much. In 2009, 1DegreeBio was started by a group of medical and technology-savvy entrepreneurs to become what they now say is
Telus Corp. has launched a Web-based electronic health records management service accessible by customers and members of 12 partner groups, the Calgary-based firm announced Monday.Canadians given access to the Health Space system will
When a malaria research project in Uganda was expanded into a full-fledged malaria case-tracking effort across the country in 2006, health officials saw the move as a great opportunity to save lives. After
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Published on: September 29th, 2009
Sharon Gaudin and David Ramel
If you've ever thought playing video games was a waste of time, you probably never considered that those button-mashing skills could help cure the HIV virus or Alzheimer's disease.Enter Foldit, the game developed