The Power of Genetics and IVF Embryos- and the Controversy

Monday, November 20, 2006

I am just about to finish an IVF cycle I am doing with a lovely couple.  They are in one of the best prognosis groups.  He has children…

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FutureSurgery – Alternative Visualization-Part 3 Near IR Imaging

Friday, November 17, 2006

me and NIR microscope systemmicroscope Example– Near IR Microscope:  I have been writing on the concept of alternate visualization systems. That is, the paradigm shift that will occur…

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FutureSurgery – Alternative Visualization- Part2 Infrared

Friday, November 17, 2006

Continuing in the series of the future of surgery (see intro to series here).  I previously posted about veinviewer.  This is the camera system that uses infrared light…

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Futuresurgery- The Coming Radical Transformation of Surgery

Friday, November 17, 2006

  What is the future of surgery in the next decade?  This will be a series of posts I will write on my vision for the future of…

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DITM Returns from Conferences- Let the Posts Begin!

Monday, November 13, 2006

VIRTUAL REALITY SURGERY & MILITARY ROBOTS GO MEDICAL   I’ve been a busy little doc the last two weeks.  My research on the development of the autofluorescent laparoscope…

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Thought Control Surgery- Brain Hacking to Come

Monday, October 16, 2006

I have written about the brain gate computer brain interface before.  The company has now announced its use by a patient with ALS.  Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems, Inc. Cyberkinetics)…

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New No Incision Surgery- Amazing Case Study of Procedure Looking For a Use

Monday, October 16, 2006

Cnn reports today from a national meeting of bariatric surgeons.  They describe a keynote talk of the future of non-incisional surgery called NOTES- that has NO REAL USE…

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Tiny Animal Becomes An Organ- Can We Engineer This?

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Scientific American: Tiny Genome May Reflect Organelle in the Making Scientific Amrican is reporting on an organism with the smallest known genome.  So small in fact, that it…

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Drug could prevent 500,000 maternal deaths a year- why it won’t…

Thursday, October 5, 2006

Uganda maternal health clinic AP just announced the results of a landmark study that can save the lives of countless of the poorest mothers in the world as reported…

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