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Latest in Pathology & Lab Medicine

As calls for a solution to the threatening Ebola virus grow increasingly urgent, the U.S. government is seeking to fast-track a vaccine by as early as 2015, a New York Times article reports. A vaccine that has proven efficacious in monkeys is set to be...

Outpatient Care & Education

A New Way to Reduce Hospital Readmissions

Kourosh Parsapour, MD, MBA, talks about how to improve patient education, engagement, and compliance through an informative and simple app, PersonalRN (pRN). PersonalRN is a virtual health coach designed to increase education and awareness in the patient...
Two components in patient’s blood may help predict the severity of disease in those with amyotrphic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s disease, a CBSNews article reports. Since the average survival of ALS patients is only 1-3...