Monday, March 8, 2010

Wall Street Journal coverage

A great article appeared in the Wall Street Journal today entitled "When Disease Can't be Diagnosed". It further points out the challenge associated with complex diagnosis and the need to improve diagnostic processes and tools. This is great mainstream validation of what we have been talking about, punctuated by the fact that the author clearly read this blog in her research. It's great to get some recognition, even if it isn't cited : )

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