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Fluorescent Spray Could Help Surgeons Identify Cancer Quickly - Technology Review

Fluorescent Spray Could Help Surgeons Identify Cancer Quickly - Technology Review | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
Researchers develop a spray that could make cancer cells glow within a minute of application.
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Top 5 Mobile Apps To Stay Fit | Breathe.sg

Top 5 Mobile Apps To Stay Fit | Breathe.sg | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
Find the apps that will help your workout and food habits! (5 #health and #fitness #apps to transform your #smartphone into your coolest friend!
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What's Sharing An Egg (Or Sperm) Among Friends? - NPR (blog)

What's Sharing An Egg (Or Sperm) Among Friends? - NPR (blog) | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
What's Sharing An Egg (Or Sperm) Among Friends?NPR (blog)Even plans that seem firm before conception can go awry once the child is born, according to a study published this month in Reproductive BioMedicine Online.
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Tiny Magnets Could Clear Diseases from the Blood - Technology Review

Tiny Magnets Could Clear Diseases from the Blood - Technology Review | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
Researchers make magnetic nanoparticles that can latch on to harmful molecules and purge them from the blood.
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Mobile Health Market Likely To Exceed $400M by 2016, Study Finds

Mobile Health Market Likely To Exceed $400M by 2016, Study Finds | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
A study by ABI Research finds that the market for mobile health technology is expected to jump from $120 million in 2010 to more than $400 million by 2016. According to the study, fitness-related applications will dominate the mobile health market.
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2011 review: The year in health science - New Scientist

2011 review: The year in health science - New Scientist | Health Innovation and Research Commercialization | Scoop.it
2011 review: The year in health scienceNew ScientistFrom the first voice box transplant ever to reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's by zapping the brain, it has been a fascinating, and on occasion downright weird, year in biomedicine.
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