A team of Rutgers University-led researchers have discovered two molecules that they say could be the basis for developing new drugs to treat traumatic brain injuries.
The findings are the result of a 10-year study that recently appeared in the journal Neurobiology of Disease.
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A Hippocratic Oath for Technology
By JOSHUA LANDY, MD | TECH | MAY 22, 2018
Modern technology needs to do better. This is the message delivered by every CEO after every Silicon Valley scandal in recent memory. This time, they should really do it. Medicine can show them how.
Let’s have the professionals building our future abide by industry-wide standards, just as doctors do. As both a startup founder and a physician, this idea makes intuitive sense to me. Drawing on my experience treating patients and running a digital platform, here’s what a Hippocratic Oath for tech might look like.
Dan Gardner, MD
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