Precision medicine techniques, including next-generation genomic sequencing, have the potential to revolutionize the development of treatments for seriously ill patients across the spectrum of clinical care.
As the year ramps up to its end of season finale, it’s always interesting to look back through the lens of Google’s top searches to see what issues got our hive mind ticking over the past 12 months. In 2014, it was Robin Williams, Ebola, the FIFA World Cup, Malaysia Airlines, and Ice Bucket Challenges that tickled our curiosity and had us typing away in Google.
MARKETING HAS CHANGED a lot in the past few years. No one can deny that technology has taken marketing by storm. Many channels proliferated, and then converged; information turned into a tidal wave; and the expectations of customers for new experiences rose to new heights.
In the last five years, marketing has changed more than in the hundred before that.
The changing ways of marketing have picked up the pace and will only keep accelerating. Today, it’s not about your product’s attribute, it’s all about customer engagement. And, we all know that Social Media is the best platform for customer engagement.
Today’s buyer is everywhere, on web, on email, on social media, on mobile, everywhere. So, the marketing has also gone from a simple method of appealing to general customer need to a complicated algorithm of administrating segmented customer experiences. And, this is attainable only through social media.
Social media provides your the best…
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A team of scientists in South Korea have found a way to remove toxic plaques from the brains of mice with Alzheimer’s disease, resulting in an improvement in the animals’ cognitive function and memory-forming abilities. While the researchers are remaining cautious about the implications of their work – since results obtained in laboratory mice don’t always translate to humans – their findings could well shed light on a major cause of Alzheimer’s and suggest a potential pathway for treatment.
For thousands of years, drugs have been a fundamental part of culture, society, and the human experience. Even as we zip into the current age of technological growth and boundless information, a surprising amount of the world is still viewed through a mind-altered haze. Statistics on the world’s drug use provides interesting insight into how we view these habits and how we try to tackle abuse of these substances.
from Recoverybrands.com via http://recoverybrands.com/drug-treatment-trends
LinkedIn is the largest professional network but THE most underutilized business resource. Most people still think its only purpose is to post your resume so you can find a new job. Despite it’s rapid growth (2 new members every second) and being the largest database of highest quality business professionals, the average user logs in for only 18 minutes a month. Crazy, isn’t it?