Doctors No Longer Have to Feel Left Out | GenomeWeb

ScienceRoll's Bertalan Meskó has launched PeRSSonalized Medicine, a new online tool for time-strapped doctors who need to keep up with the literature but don't have time, or don't know much about Web 2.0 tools. "PeRSSonalized Medicine is a free tool that lets you select your favorite resources (e.g.

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