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10/30/2013 | 8:33:49 PM
re: HealthTap Lets You Ask The Doctor
Not one that I would recommend at all and I'm a blogger that looks at everything and if this start up is so cheap they can't spend a few hundred dollars advertising, well that tells you about the strength of ht company with their rather juvenile marketing with me and I have everyone a fair chance. Nobody's has the absolute cat's meow and again I look at all the apps and sites selling data and most under this mHeatlh article I wrote about all fall into that category and many of those have little concern for accuracy but rather just put data and profiles out there to make money. Sound to me like the Silicon Valley of selling data and they are not the first and won't be the last to come with this idea have seen a few over the last couple of years.

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