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STAT

Artificial intelligence is coming to medicine — don't be afraid
STAT
As a doctor, I'm naturally drawn to thinking about AI's impact on the practice of medicine. I've decided to welcome the coming revolution, believing that it offers a wonderful opportunity for increases in productivity that will transform health care to ...



Intercontinental Cry

IC awarded $10000 for series on indigenous medicine
Intercontinental Cry
Intercontinental Cry has started work on a new twelve-part series exploring indigenous medicines and how they are used in twelve indigenous communities around the world. This new series will take readers to one new indigenous community each month ...



Corvallis Gazette Times

High school students get intro to veterinary medicine | News ...
Corvallis Gazette Times
Rachel Murray, of Portland, prepares samples to test for genes indicating the presence of chlamydia in guinea pigs, as part of the Veterinary Medicine Camp at ...

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South China Morning Post

Why traditional Chinese and Indian ayurvedic medicine can't compete with Western drugs
South China Morning Post
Nazrul, an associate professor at United International College in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, is the author of Chinese and Indian Medicine Today: Branding Asia. With a focus on the formal and professional sectors of Chinese herbal medicine and Indian ...



Street medicine, desal discussed
Ft. Bragg Advocate-News
Dr. Noemi Doohan led a presentation to the council on prospects for a Street Medicine program on the Mendocino Coast. The program, which is being developed in cooperation with Adventist Health of the Ukiah Valley (formerly Ukiah Valley Medical Center), ...



Medical Xpress

Bio-inspired materials give boost to regenerative medicine
Medical Xpress
Such is the vision, promise and excitement in the burgeoning field of regenerative medicine, now a major ASU initiative to boost 21st-century medical research discoveries. ASU Biodesign Institute researcher Nick Stephanopoulos is one of several rising ...



Healthcare IT News

NIH gives nod to Vibrent Health for precision medicine work
Healthcare IT News
It will be the technology around which the All of Us Research Program will be based as the precision medicine project works to enroll more than one million participants in its cohort to understand how genomics, lifestyle, behavioral, and environmental ...



Scientific American (blog)

We've Already Got Socialized Medicine
Scientific American (blog)
A conservative argument against socialized medicine is based on the tragic vision of human nature, which suggests that people are guided by innate self-interests, and that society—and, by implication, biotech—requires constraint through moral and ...



Ars Technica

“Alternative” medicine's toll on cancer patients: Death rate up to 5X higher
Ars Technica
Those who skipped or delayed conventional treatment to use alternative ones had as much as a 5.7-fold increased risk of dying within five years than those who stuck with conventional medicine, the researchers reported in the Journal of the National ...
Alternative medicine for cancer more than doubles death riskNew York Daily News
Treating cancer with alternative medicine more than doubles your ...ScienceAlert
Cancer patients who use alternative medicine more than twice as ...The Independent
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School of Medicine, Gov. Nathan Deal Recognize First Students in Physicians for Rural Georgia Scholarship Program
Mercer News
MACON – Mercer University School of Medicine today recognized the first 25 students to receive inaugural Physicians for Rural Georgia Scholarships, which cover 85 to 100 percent of tuition for up to four years in the Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) program.


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