I have long been a fan of what technology can do for medicine and then what medicine can do for us. In my über-geeky initial days out of grad school, I was terrified that I would misdiagnose a patient, so I wrote a little program on differential diagnostics and went on to publish articles about it and subsequent treatment planning programs. Simultaneously I met Dean Kamen and was blown away by his medical devices, as was the rest of the world. I was invited to be a judge at one of his US FIRST completions, and I was blown . . .
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