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Hemophilia Monitoring App Puts Patients In Driver's Seat
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12/13/2012 | 7:23:51 PM
re: Hemophilia Monitoring App Puts Patients In Driver's Seat
ItGÇÖs great to see applications like this come out in the market. With so many common diagnoses effecting the same thousands of people, applications have the opportunity to really make a difference in peopleGÇÖs lives; and clearly they have the market to make it profitable for the developers.

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12/10/2012 | 7:07:20 PM
re: Hemophilia Monitoring App Puts Patients In Driver's Seat
Novo Nordisk obviously has a vested interest in creating an app like this since they make an important blood factor for hemophilia. But that doesn't make the app any less valuable. Considering how dangerous this bleeding disorder is, the company is offering what can be a life-saving E-tools.

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