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09/19/2018: Machine learning identifies lung cancer type

19/09/2018

Topic of the Month: Smart Hospital: How devices communicate in the OR; News: New test kit for quick, accurate and low-cost screening of diseases; News: New means to fight "un-killable" bacteria in healthcare settings; News: Nikon Imaging Center opens at UC San Diego; News: New nanoparticles wait to release drugs, target infection; News: Wearable ultrasound patch monitors blood pressure
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09/05/2018: Smart Hospital: Healthcare rethought

05/09/2018

Topic of the Month: Smart Hospital: Healthcare rethought; News: Changes in the brains with ADHD and emotional instability; News: Watching an embryo's neural tube close; News: A computational analysis identifies malaria; News: Simple test detects disease-carrying mosquitoes
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08/29/2018: Working in the ambulance of the future

29/08/2018

Video: Ambulances of the future; Topic of the Month: Big Data; News: AI can deliver specialty-level diagnosis; News: The heart: Digital or analog?; News: An avatar uses your gait
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08/22/2018: Automated pathology: less errors, more efficiency

22/08/2018

Topic of the Month: Big Data; Interview: Pathology 4.0; News: Biosensor allows real-time monitoring for organs-on-a-chip; News: Robots as tools and partners in rehabilitation; News: Novel sensors could enable smarter textiles; News: Million funding for Deep Learning project
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08/15/2018: AI in medicine

08/08/2018

Topic of the Month: Diagnosing diseases with big data; Interview: WAKE-UP study a wake-up call for acute stroke care; News:Type 1 diabetes: novel PET imaging method; News: Microfluidic system incorporates neuroinflammation; News: Wireless Vital Signs Monitor for warfighters and civilians; News: Student project leads to founding of startup DIANA Biotechnologies
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08/08/2018: Stroke: wake-up call for acute treatment

08/08/2018

Topic of the Month: Diagnosing diseases with big data; Interview: WAKE-UP study a wake-up call for acute stroke care; News:Type 1 diabetes: novel PET imaging method; News: Microfluidic system incorporates neuroinflammation; News: Wireless Vital Signs Monitor for warfighters and civilians; News: Student project leads to founding of startup DIANA Biotechnologies
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08/01/2018: Big Data – best diagnosis?

01/08/2018

Topic of the Month: Big Data; News: Magnetic surgical cement heals spinal fractures; News: Breath test for Parkinson's; News: 3D super-resolution imaging to see Alzheimer's; Company-News: ​One million custom sensors and counting
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07/25/2018: The simulated heart valve

25/07/2018

Interview: Regenerative heart valves; Video: Ambulances of the future; Topic of the Month: Resuscitation via videostream; News: New stroke imaging technology; News: A 3-D model of a human heart ventricle; News: Kidney cancer: patients benefit from robotic surgery; News: Clean air for brain health – World Brain Day 2018
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07/18/2018: With "The Virtual Brain" to a digital doppelganger

18/07/2018

Topic of the Month: Emergency medicine: how telemedicine strengthens the chain of survival; News: Digital dynamic model of cardiovascular system; News: Wearable device can predict older adults' risk of falling; News: Launch of the neuroinformatics platform "The Virtual Brain"; News: Artificial intelligence helps predict drug combinations' side effects
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07/11/2018: The warning mole takes action

11/07/2018

Interview: Early detection: Tattoo signals cancer – and more; Topic of the Month: Video streaming, apps, and smart glasses: telemedicine on standby; News: Big Data analysis identifies new cancer risk genes; News: Visualized: exercises creates optimal brain state; News: New software for rapid, automated identification of dendritic spines; News: A factory to go
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