• Breast cancer battle: Australian breakthrough offers new hope
  • AMA CEO calls out mHealth apps as Snake Oil…
  • Overview: Are the sceptics right? Limits and potentials of deep learning in robotics
  • 3D printing helps save infant with brain growing outside skull
  • A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’
  • First area cell transplantation center
  • Madison stem cell company expands research with National Eye Institute contract
  • Breast cancer battle: Australian breakthrough offers new hope

    Breast cancer battle: Australian breakthrough offers new hope

    Kylie Gellie, who has had a mastectomy and oophorectomy to avoid breast and ovarian cancer, with her children Jasmine, Korby and Sienna. Photo: Justin McManus SOURCE June 2016 With her mother and grandmother lost to cancer, the only option available to Kylie Gellie was to remove her breasts, fallopian tubes […]

  • AMA CEO calls out mHealth apps as Snake Oil…

    AMA CEO calls out mHealth apps as Snake Oil…

    SOURCE June 22, 2016 In a presentation titled “Digital Dystopia” at the American Medical Association’s 2016 Annual Meeting in Chicago the associations Executive VP and CEO James L Madara MD shares his thoughts on “the emerging digital environment” and calls out Eric Topol’s books and mHealth apps as ‘snake oil’. […]

  • Overview: Are the sceptics right? Limits and potentials of deep learning in robotics

    Overview: Are the sceptics right? Limits and potentials of deep learning in robotics

    SOURCE June 23, 2016 John McCormac discusses his takeaways from the RSS 2016 Workshop ‘Are the Sceptics Right? Limits and Potentials of Deep Learning in Robotics’ and highlights interesting themes and topics from the discussion. As a PhD student in the Dyson Robotics Lab at Imperial, I was delighted to be […]

  • 3D printing helps save infant with brain growing outside skull

    3D printing helps save infant with brain growing outside skull

      SOURCEJune, 2016 Sometimes you hear a story that just warms your heart, and Bentley Yoder‘s is one such story. Last month he underwent reconstructive surgery to move his brain inside his skull, a move that was helped with 3D printed models.   The Yoder’s story Even before he was born, […]

  • A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’

    A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’

    Jim Gass has undergone stem cell therapy at clinics in Mexico, China, and Argentina to try to recover from a stroke. But doctors found a huge mass with someone else’s cells growing aggressively in his lower spine.CreditCarlos Moreno for The New York Times The surgeon gasped when he opened up […]

  • First area cell transplantation center

    First area cell transplantation center

    Expansive effort by Harvard affiliates will seek a cure for diabetes SOURCE June 16, 2016 The Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI), three of Harvard’s clinical affiliates, and a biopharmaceutical company have formed an unusual collaboration to establish the Boston Autologous Islet Replacement Program (BAIRT) to accelerate a cure for diabetes. […]

  • Madison stem cell company expands research with National Eye Institute contract

    Madison stem cell company expands research with National Eye Institute contract

    Cellular Dynamics International is still one of the prominent companies at University Research Park since it was purchased by Fujifilm in April, and plans to add staff in 2016.  SOURCE June, 2016 Madison-based Cellular Dynamics International will expand its stem cell-based research into blindness-causing eye disease through a collaborative project […]

 

Medical Devices, Medical Apps, Doctor and Patient

Education, Medical Blogs, Videos, Websites and Podcasts

The purpose of this website is to introduce both patients and healthcare professionals to the impact of the Internet on medicine and healthcare, by curating and organizing relevant articles in all fields of the digitalization of Medicine. (See i-NEWS section on Main Menu). Medical Apps and Medical Devices are examined, and internet technology and Patient Education are evaluated., for their places in all medical settings. The influence of the internet is shown in every Medical Specialty,, and improvements in Medical Education through the internet by showing the viewer the Top Patient Accredited Medical Information Websites, , the Best Medical Blogs, the top Medical Videos, and best Medical Podcasts. In addition to the latest-breaking Internet Medical News and Internet Medical Research News in all specialties are studied.. As Dr. Eric Topol of the Scripps Digital Medicine says, vast changes are occurring, now, due to the convergence of changes in technology. Medical Apps and Medical Devices are affecting many areas of of Medicine. Overall, the internet is changing all healthcare, from the use of Internet Technology in Hospital Administration in America to the use of iPhones to diagnose infectious disease in Africa

We are living in a great time for medicine. As most know, it is time for a change..


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First CRISPR clinical trial gets green light from US panel

First CRISPR clinical trial gets green light from US panel

  SOURCE June 23, 2016 The technique’s first test in people could begin as early as the end of the year. Human T cells (blue) will soon be modified using the CRISPR technique in a clinical trial to attack cancer cells (pink). CRISPR, the genome-editing technology that has taken biomedical […]

 
 

Breast cancer battle: Australian breakthrough offers new hope

Breast cancer battle: Australian breakthrough offers new hope

Kylie Gellie, who has had a mastectomy and oophorectomy to avoid breast and ovarian cancer, with her children Jasmine, Korby and Sienna. Photo: Justin McManus SOURCE June 2016 With her mother and grandmother lost to cancer, the only option available to Kylie Gellie was to remove her breasts, fallopian tubes […]

 
 

AMA CEO calls out mHealth apps as Snake Oil…

AMA CEO calls out mHealth apps as Snake Oil…

SOURCE June 22, 2016 In a presentation titled “Digital Dystopia” at the American Medical Association’s 2016 Annual Meeting in Chicago the associations Executive VP and CEO James L Madara MD shares his thoughts on “the emerging digital environment” and calls out Eric Topol’s books and mHealth apps as ‘snake oil’. […]

 
 

Overview: Are the sceptics right? Limits and potentials of deep learning in robotics

Overview: Are the sceptics right? Limits and potentials of deep learning in robotics

SOURCE June 23, 2016 John McCormac discusses his takeaways from the RSS 2016 Workshop ‘Are the Sceptics Right? Limits and Potentials of Deep Learning in Robotics’ and highlights interesting themes and topics from the discussion. As a PhD student in the Dyson Robotics Lab at Imperial, I was delighted to be […]

 
 

3D printing helps save infant with brain growing outside skull

3D printing helps save infant with brain growing outside skull

  SOURCEJune, 2016 Sometimes you hear a story that just warms your heart, and Bentley Yoder‘s is one such story. Last month he underwent reconstructive surgery to move his brain inside his skull, a move that was helped with 3D printed models.   The Yoder’s story Even before he was born, […]

 
 

A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’

A Cautionary Tale of ‘Stem Cell Tourism’

Jim Gass has undergone stem cell therapy at clinics in Mexico, China, and Argentina to try to recover from a stroke. But doctors found a huge mass with someone else’s cells growing aggressively in his lower spine.CreditCarlos Moreno for The New York Times The surgeon gasped when he opened up […]

 
 

First area cell transplantation center

First area cell transplantation center

Expansive effort by Harvard affiliates will seek a cure for diabetes SOURCE June 16, 2016 The Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI), three of Harvard’s clinical affiliates, and a biopharmaceutical company have formed an unusual collaboration to establish the Boston Autologous Islet Replacement Program (BAIRT) to accelerate a cure for diabetes. […]

 
 

Madison stem cell company expands research with National Eye Institute contract

Madison stem cell company expands research with National Eye Institute contract

Cellular Dynamics International is still one of the prominent companies at University Research Park since it was purchased by Fujifilm in April, and plans to add staff in 2016.  SOURCE June, 2016 Madison-based Cellular Dynamics International will expand its stem cell-based research into blindness-causing eye disease through a collaborative project […]

 
 

Neurosurgical TV putting on LIVE, Online Conference this weekend, Free, Interactive, too

Neurosurgical TV putting on LIVE, Online Conference this weekend, Free, Interactive, too

by John Bennett MD InternetMedicine.com, with its affilate Internet TV channel, www.Neurosurgical.TV, is producing, in collaboration with the ACNS (Asian Congress of Neurosurgery), an online conference this weekend, on “Emerging Trends in NeuroTrauma”. Iype Cherian MD, a well-known Neurosurgeon from Nepal, and officer with the ACNS, is directing the conference.  He is […]

 
 

A new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells

A new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells

SOURCE June 2016 (Nanowerk News) Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants. The new stem cell-containing bio ink allows 3D printing of living tissue, known as bio-printing.The new bio-ink contains two different […]