us of this issue is “Digital Health – Key Developments in 2018” – and contains a wide range of “headline news” along with its significance. We conclude with predictions for 2019.
This issue contains a wide range of stories that focus on technologies that provide treatments and hope for tens of millions of patients. New achievements in 3D printing, improving brain memory, “waking” frozen brains, and using a patient’s own cells to provide cures are just some of the unusual insights in this issue, along with …
Here are a wide range of stories that focus on gene-related technology, including divergent opinions on the value of genome sequencing, the use of genetic biomarkers, and the often-inconsistent actions of the FDA. We also present advances in 3D printing, VR, AI and robotics – all at the intersection of Cyber and Healthcare.
This issue contains stories covering the gamut from smartphone innovations, wearable technology, and 3D printing to genetic testing, treatment of mental illness, and the new Shared Economy – all at the intersection of Cyber and Healthcare. We trust the journey is rewarding.