FDA to Increase Drug Surveillance & Public Information in New Programs

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

FDA reform continues in new programs to track drug safety and share data with the public. The FDA has a three part mission but has been criticized in…

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Exclusive New Video of Prize Winning X-Ray Surgery Vision System

Monday, March 5, 2007

Another exclusive docinthemachine first. Here is a link to view the prize winning video of my research on the development of an autofluorescent endoscopy system. The details of…

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Flawed Research: The Hidden Weakness of Peer Review & More Falsified Stem Cells

Thursday, February 15, 2007

The point of this post is not about stem cell research it is about flaws in the peer review process.  However, I need to start with a little…

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3 New Approvals from the FDA

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

The FDA has announced 2 new device approvals (and one bonus end the end of the post).  All of these are pretty straight-forward in their uses so I’ll be…

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DARPA 2007 Pt2: Major Achievements, Future Plans, & Medical Benefits

Saturday, February 10, 2007

As I previously reported, DARPA has announced its strategic plan for 2007.  In this part 2 of my analysis of what their future will bring us, I will…

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Lifeboat Foundation Begins Blog

Monday, January 22, 2007

  I was excited to see the announcement that the Lifeboat Foundation has started a blog which can be found here.  There frst posts incude some excellent commentary on…

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REVOLUTION-Destop Fabricator: Build Your Own Device Prototype!

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Fab4 Fab5FabMed From the Who Needs VC Department comes an amazing development from Cornell.  The Fab @ Home poject has developed a desktop fabricator that will sell for under…

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ElectriPlast: Conductive Plastic from CES 2007

Monday, January 8, 2007

The first innovation from CES 2007 that caught my eye is ElectriPlast from Integral Technologies. There is not too much information about this available. In short, it is…

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CES 2007 Innovation- Medical Future Tech

Monday, January 8, 2007

  CES 2007 is in full swing in Las Vegas.  As you know thi sis a pure consumer gadget conference.  What’s this got to do with med tech…

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New Device Filters Blood- Kills Tumor Cells and Captures Stem Cells

Friday, January 5, 2007

  Stemcapture is a new company commercializing a neat device licenses from the University of Rochester.  As reported in what’s next in health Associate Professor Michael King of…

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