• Stereotactic Surgery Is Born in Niger
  • The Big Future: Can we build a better brain?
  • Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant Into Spinal Cord: (Just One Case, Needs Trial)
  • WHO credits mHealth app with helping Nigeria get rid of Ebola
  • ‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them
  • Experts Cautious Over Google Project
  • Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases
  • Stereotactic Surgery Is Born in Niger

    Stereotactic Surgery Is Born in Niger

    Getting ready to do the first Vim thalamotomy in Niger. Editor’s note: To view a selection of images from Dr. Spiegelmann’s journey to Niger, explore the multimedia presentation, “Bringing Stereotactic Surgery to Niger.” SOURCE October 31, 2014 There’s no radiation therapy machine inNiger. Not even one for 17 million people. […]

  • The Big Future: Can we build a better brain?

    The Big Future: Can we build a better brain?

      SOURCE October 31, 2014 How will the future change the human brain? This week’s Big Future takes a look at a new wave of neurological techniques that directly alter the brain’s electrical patterns, correcting seizures and movement disorders. Some doctors are even experimenting with using it to treat depression. […]

  • Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant Into Spinal Cord: (Just One Case, Needs Trial)

    Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant Into Spinal Cord: (Just One Case, Needs Trial)

    SOURCE October 22, 2014 An exclusive report about this work was shown last night on the UK BBC Panorama program, with film footage spanning 3 years, showing the patient in rehabilitation before the transplant and then during the 2 years after the transplant. The patient was shown walking, albeit slowly […]

  • WHO credits mHealth app with helping Nigeria get rid of Ebola

    WHO credits mHealth app with helping Nigeria get rid of Ebola

    Omobola Johnson of Nigeria, Photo: ITU/C.Pha 2013 SOURCE October 24, 2014  The World Health Organization has declared Nigeria free of the Ebola virus transmission, and public health agencies are declaring that an mHealth initiative deserves much of the credit. Shortly after the WHO declared Africa’s most populous country Ebola-free for […]

  • ‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them

    ‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them

    Xinshu (Grace) Xiao and David Wong in Dr. Wong’s laboratory SOURCE October 28, 2014 UCLA research could lead to a simple saliva test capable of diagnosing—at an early stage—diabetes and cancer, and perhaps neurological disorders and autoimmune diseases. The study, the most comprehensive analysis ever conducted of RNA molecules in […]

  • Experts Cautious Over Google Project

    Experts Cautious Over Google Project

    SOURCE October 27, 2014 (Nanowerk News) A Google project to develop nanoparticles that can detect cancer cells inside the body is a useful contribution but faces important hurdles, experts said on Wednesday. The technology could yield “another tool in our arsenal (but) in my opinion, it won’t be a game-changer […]

  • Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases

    Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases

    SOURCE October 29, 2014 There is a bold new project from the Google X research lab to monitor your state of health from the inside. The core technology will be an army of magnetic nanoparticles that are circulated through your bloodstream. From there they will bind to any suspicious proteins, […]

 

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Stereotactic Surgery Is Born in Niger

Stereotactic Surgery Is Born in Niger

Getting ready to do the first Vim thalamotomy in Niger. Editor’s note: To view a selection of images from Dr. Spiegelmann’s journey to Niger, explore the multimedia presentation, “Bringing Stereotactic Surgery to Niger.” SOURCE October 31, 2014 There’s no radiation therapy machine inNiger. Not even one for 17 million people. […]

 
 

The Big Future: Can we build a better brain?

The Big Future: Can we build a better brain?

  SOURCE October 31, 2014 How will the future change the human brain? This week’s Big Future takes a look at a new wave of neurological techniques that directly alter the brain’s electrical patterns, correcting seizures and movement disorders. Some doctors are even experimenting with using it to treat depression. […]

 
 

Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant Into Spinal Cord: (Just One Case, Needs Trial)

Paralyzed Man Walks After Cell Transplant Into Spinal Cord: (Just One Case, Needs Trial)

SOURCE October 22, 2014 An exclusive report about this work was shown last night on the UK BBC Panorama program, with film footage spanning 3 years, showing the patient in rehabilitation before the transplant and then during the 2 years after the transplant. The patient was shown walking, albeit slowly […]

 
 

WHO credits mHealth app with helping Nigeria get rid of Ebola

WHO credits mHealth app with helping Nigeria get rid of Ebola

Omobola Johnson of Nigeria, Photo: ITU/C.Pha 2013 SOURCE October 24, 2014  The World Health Organization has declared Nigeria free of the Ebola virus transmission, and public health agencies are declaring that an mHealth initiative deserves much of the credit. Shortly after the WHO declared Africa’s most populous country Ebola-free for […]

 
 

‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them

‘Treasure in saliva’ may reveal deadly diseases early enough to treat them

Xinshu (Grace) Xiao and David Wong in Dr. Wong’s laboratory SOURCE October 28, 2014 UCLA research could lead to a simple saliva test capable of diagnosing—at an early stage—diabetes and cancer, and perhaps neurological disorders and autoimmune diseases. The study, the most comprehensive analysis ever conducted of RNA molecules in […]

 
 

Experts Cautious Over Google Project

Experts Cautious Over Google Project

SOURCE October 27, 2014 (Nanowerk News) A Google project to develop nanoparticles that can detect cancer cells inside the body is a useful contribution but faces important hurdles, experts said on Wednesday. The technology could yield “another tool in our arsenal (but) in my opinion, it won’t be a game-changer […]

 
 

Reading robots’ minds (w/video)

Reading robots’ minds (w/video)

  SOURCE October 27, 2014 (Nanowerk News) In a darkened, hangar-like space inside MIT’s Building 41, a small, Roomba-like robot is trying to make up its mind. Standing in its path is an obstacle — a human pedestrian who’s pacing back and forth. To get to the other side of […]

 
 

Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases

Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases

SOURCE October 29, 2014 There is a bold new project from the Google X research lab to monitor your state of health from the inside. The core technology will be an army of magnetic nanoparticles that are circulated through your bloodstream. From there they will bind to any suspicious proteins, […]

 
 

Internet Medicine Tweets for October (About 200)

Internet Medicine Tweets for October (About 200)

Thanks Mouse! InternetMedicine.com Why Facebook will become the World’s Largest Healthcare Networkinternetmedicine.com/2014/10/28/why… 21 hours ago internetmedicine.com Tweet InternetMedicine.com@Internetmeds UCLA Scientists Discover Protein That Can Accelerate Cancer Patient’s Recoveryinternetmedicine.com/2014/10/28/ucl… 23 hours ago internetmedicine.com Tweet InternetMedicine.com@Internetmeds New Zealand Time-lapses a.msn.com/09/en-us/BBaMF… 28 Oct www.tripfilms.com Tweet InternetMedicine.com@Internetmeds Atom-width nanotechnology sensor could provide unprecedented insights […]

 
 

89% of Execs Say Big Data Analytics is Key to Market Share

89% of Execs Say Big Data Analytics is Key to Market Share

SOURCE October 25, 2014 Big data analytics is a top priority for nearly 90% of healthcare organizations seeking to improve clinical quality and gain market share. Eighty-nine percent of executive leaders believe that implementing big data analytics will be the key to maintaining market share across the healthcare industry, says […]