I’ve said it never and I’ll say it again: Ya gotta love infographics! How else could you turn an otherwise random and often sleep-inducing jumble of important looking illustrations and maybe facts into an eye catching array that draws you in like a fly to a plasma screen? So compelling, their like the pop-up books of science. Such an obvious idea, right? Yet their still new enough to set off your spell check. (Go ahead, open up Word. I’ll wait. See?)
So I was joyed to accept an invitation to post Caduceusblog’s first-ever infographic. Thanks to the graphic smiths at Master’s in Health Administration Degrees for submitting this post (even if they are a bit numerically challenged;). You can see the original post here
Continue reading “Infographic: 10 Revolutionary Medical Advancements on the Horizon.”
Will the The Needs of The Many Outweigh The Needs of The Few?
That was the axiom a dying Spock posed to Captain Kirk just after he saved Kirk’s behind (again). Well in that case, (spoiler alert),the needs of the many did outweigh the needs of the few. . .until they didn’t (if you’re really curious watch Star Trek 3, or better yet, don’t and just take my word for it). Curiously, I wonder if things will unfold in a similar fashion in regards to findings reported by the National Cancer Institute in its CT lung cancer screening trial published last June in the New England Journal of Medicine. Continue reading “CT Lung Cancer Screening, Star Trek 3, and Other Disappointing Things”