Last week, former Wired editor Thomas Goetz and Google engineer Matt Mohebbi introduced health care leaders to their new health information resource, which offers an easy-to-use database of drug information by combining the worlds of technology and health. Their company, called Iodine, seeks to serve the public by offering “better information about thousands of drugs, built from clinical research and real life experience from people like you.” Iodine’s database allows users to enter drugs of interest into a search engine, then presents basic information about the searched drug, its purpose, how it works, reported side effects, warnings, upsides and downsides ... Read More
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