Could The Rise of New Medical Apps Do More Harm Than Good?

As technology advances, more users take to the internet to avail of services that were traditionally offline. Indeed, over the last year we’ve seen an increase in companies investing in, and developing for, the medical field. However, despite growth, the efficacy and usefulness of medical apps is being called into question.Read the full article

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