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    Jan Lucinda1
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    Scripps cardiologist using wireless technology. He criticized Vioxx.

    http://www. nbcnews.com/id/21134540/vp/50582822#50582822

    #367046
    Jan Lucinda1
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    The link doesn’t work. You can google it.

    The doctors name is Eric Topol, listed by wikipedia. He is responsible for Vioxx being taken off the market.

    #367049
    Krys
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    @Jan Lucinda1 wrote:

    http://www.nbcnews.com/id/21134540/vp/50582822#50582822

    The link did not work because there was an extra space after www.

    Fascinating!
    For me it also has a scary aspect: all those chips implanted in the future patients, maybe all future humanity, allowing for health and who knows??, maybe beyond health monitoring, too.
    Thanks for a fascinating link!
    Krys

    #367047
    Jan Lucinda1
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    Krys-

    Thanks for the correction. Yes, it is quite a promising way to monitor the heart and much less expensve than current methods!!

    Jan

    #367048
    Krys
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    Hi Jan,

    I loved that aspect. He mentioned also saliva and sweat test done immediately, through this app. I would love to be able to have those available any time I wanted to use them!!!
    Krys

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