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Eric Topol
physician-scientist, author, editor. My new book is
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Eric Topol 3h
Even though there may be a million+ enhancers in the human genome, understanding their role is formidable. And so is this review, by Jacob Tome and A great summary figure
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Eric Topol 5h
The diet Patient Page summary of evidence and concerns by and a remarkable piece on the wars after the meat papers
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Eric Topol 5h
Keep in mind: "The current medical diagnostic field to show that less than 0·1% (14 of 20,000) studies were of sufficient methodological quality for clinical implementation" source:
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Eric Topol 5h
Replying to @EricTopol
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Andrew Ng 19h
Great having visit just now. His book Deep Medicine gives a compelling vision for AI in healthcare. We had fun chatting about ML applied to everything from EKG to X-rays to EHR, and how exciting it is to see widespread progress on many fronts!
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Eric Topol 19h
How to get past this? "The heart of the agenda of nutritional epidemiology research, which for the past 50 years has relied primarily on observational studies in conjunction with self-reported dietary behavior." --Ross Prentice
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Eric Topol 19h
Our digital times :-)
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Eric Topol 23h
A fun visit with ⁦⁩ today to discuss and medicine’s potential
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Eric Topol Jan 27
There's a large hole in the taste, , and story. CALHM down. It's in the cells by
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Eric Topol Jan 27
Drug companies in the United States, 2016: "$20.3 billion in promotional spending, $5.6 billion was spent specifically on detailing doctors and $13.5 billion was spent on free samples."
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Eric Topol Jan 27
So much to learn about , which is on a steep rise. Here a made iPSCs from individuals w/ young subtype, w/ results suggesting prolonged cell dysfunction antedating disease, and drug Rx potential
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Eric Topol Jan 27
The APOE4 story and sports continues with this report on soccer and heading 's Michael Lipton and colleagues cc
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Eric Topol Jan 27
For the latest info and insights on the , follow my colleague , a noted authority on the of viral outbreaks
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Eric Topol Jan 27
Long QT syndrome is associated with sudden death and was tagged to 17 different genomic mutations . Well, check that, as of today only 8
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Eric Topol Jan 27
Our digital times :-)
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Gabriela Sabaté Jan 26
Data breaches in are fueled by lack of consequences, bad security protocols and lapses in their execution It can be harder for a patient to get (and impossible to edit!) their records or their children's >18 than for a hacker is not enough and don't help
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Eric Topol Jan 26
Replying to @nytmike @maggieNYT
If he isn't a witness in this "trial"........
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Eric Topol Jan 26
The has put this very serious problem under tight surveillance over the past year, capped off by a special 12-page section wowser today TY previously parts online:
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Eric Topol Jan 26
Thanks, Daniel. But not for 82 million Americans, as this rebuttal aptly points out
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John Mandrola, MD Jan 25
This is social iatrogenesis> It is awful that our professional organizations do it.
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