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Pathology Network Offers Global Remote Diagnostic Services
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3/21/2013 | 7:03:20 PM
re: Pathology Network Offers Global Remote Diagnostic Services
Personally I am surprised at the lack of these kinds of networks between specialists worldwide. With the success of social media I would expect there to be various networks for different specialties, so that aid and information can be distributed worldwide. Hopefully this venture proves successful and garners the attention of the medical community in an effort to work together to provide and promote better health especially in areas where people donG«÷t have access to the level of healthcare that we enjoy.

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