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News Bites: Finger device helps the blind read, The Stork is cheaper and as effective as IVF
 

News Bites: Finger device helps the blind read, The Stork is cheaper and as effective as IVF

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This week, a researcher has developed life-like dummies to give medical students hands-on experience and NNI created a score sheet to screen for dementia-like symptoms in stroke patients.
 
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18 Nov 2016 - General
 
Wow, these are great developments. Thanks for sharing Lianne Marie Victoria Laruan . I wasn't aware about these until I read it. I also agree that the contraception package sounds promising. I hope that there's available published data so that we can be more objective in comparing it with other reproductive technologies. I also hope that this doesn't cause any risk of acquiring any cervical pathology...
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These are great developments that can help patients with varying problems. The small hand device for reading text out loud is sure to be handy. Also, I got curious about “The Stork” conception kit so I Googled it. It’s an over-the-counter kit that uses a method called “cervical cap insemination” which helps direct the sperm toward the cervix, thus increasing chances of conception. It’s also FDA approved. I think this is a great alternative to IVF, which is very costly and involves a lot of medic...
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