I don’t get it. Why would you pay for a diagnostic app of unverified accuracy rather than go to an accredited M.D. who has access to reliable testing devices and procedures? Is this yet another example of the sorry state of our for profit health care system?
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Handbook apps for medical professionals deserve a similar scrunity. Those based on well-respected print manuals are often excellent. Those slapped together for a quick profit are not. There’s one for iPhones that is intended for pediatricians. It is awful. Whoever created it knew nothing about diagnosising the most common childhood cancer, leukemia. Scariest of all were the mixed comments by young physicians. Some dislike it, which was fine. But some thought it was great.
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