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Morton Plant offers robotic option for brain, spine surgeries    epda.eu.com

Morton Plant Hospital is the first hospital in Pinellas County to offer a robotic option for patients who need spine or brain surgery..... Morton Plant is among four hospitals worldwide using this op[...]

Events - AAL Forum - 22-24 September 2015, Ghent, Belgium    europa.eu

The AAL Forum is the annual platform for the European Ambient Assisted Living community. Its purpose is to exhibit and demonstrate ICT solutions, promote networking, foster the interest of other sect[...]

The National Parkinson Foundation removes barriers to expert Parkinson's care through telemedicine    epda.eu.com

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) announced today that the Connect.Parkinson national research study, comparing telemedicine care delivered to remote patients from a Parkinson's disease centre [...]

The National Parkinson Foundation removes barriers to expert Parkinson's care through telemedicine    epda.eu.com

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) announced today that the Connect.Parkinson national research study, comparing telemedicine care delivered to remote patients from a Parkinson's disease centre [...]

The National Parkinson Foundation removes barriers to expert Parkinson's care through telemedicine    epda.eu.com

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) announced today that the Connect.Parkinson national research study, comparing telemedicine care delivered to remote patients from a Parkinson's disease centre [...]

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