Decentralized databases promise to revolutionize medical records, but not until the health-care industry buys in to the idea and gets to work.
Source: Blockchain technology will revolutionize medical records—just not anytime soon
The animal drug industry was under pressure to prove its products were safe; the study would not go the way the industry hoped.
Source: How Congress Ignored Science and Fueled Antibiotic Resistance
This week, it showed off the latest results of that effort, turning up more than a dozen new mutations associated with the disease.
Source: 23andMe Is Digging Through Your Data for a Parkinson’s Cure
Senosis Health has developed apps that harness smartphone technology including sensors and camera components to screen for different diseases.
Source: Alphabet snaps up smartphone-enabled screening tool developer – MedCity News
EMRs turn medical practice into a one-size-fits-all endeavor just when science and technology are giving us more ability than ever to treat our patients as individuals.
Source: Doctors are burning out because electronic medical records are broken
By collecting medical knowledge in a superintelligent AI, your GP can order tests or prescribe medications they’d normally outsource.
Source: Want a Diagnosis Tomorrow, Not Next Year? Turn to AI
BioAge is trying to solve the problem of aging using advanced machine learning, a horde of lab mice, and the blood of 600 especially long-lived Estonians.
Source: A Search for Anti-Aging Secrets Starts With the Blood of 600 Estonians