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January 20, 2007


Michael Breus, PhD

This is an interesting issue happening in medicine. If you go to WebMD you will also see a new set of blogging docs ( I am one of them) but I also have my own blog where I may post more personal thoughts. I have a myspace page as well. It is interesting because the demographics are so different on each social media stage. I am now going to try several of your links to see where they take me. Thanks for enlightening me. Let's keep in touch.

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Sumer Sethi

Web 2.0 is a social phenomenon, and doctors are as much a part of it as naybody else check out bmj editorial on Web 2.0. Doctor bloggers are invreasing exponentialy for the last three yrs i have been blogging, many events including monthly radiology grand rounds available at http://radiologygrandrounds.blogspot.com summarize the best in medical blogosphere...

The today's young doctors are surely Tech-savvy


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