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Healthcare 100: Scienceroll is the 40th

I was so happy to see that Scienceroll is among the first 50 (actually 40) health-related blogs. The list is maintained by and is based on an algorithm (using Google Pagerank, Technorati, Bloglines subscribers and eDrugSearch points).

I’m glad to see that because Scienceroll is still just 6 months old. Anyway, it’s more than funny that superb blogs like Dr. Wes , Blog, MD , Autism Vox , Unbounded Medicine, Straight from the Doc, Healthcare Law Blog and many more are below Scienceroll. This must be the inaccuracy of the algorithm.


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  1. Congratulations! I think it’s a well-deserved honor! Are you shooting for #1 in another 6 months?

    June 15, 2007
  2. Thank you, Blaine, but I don’t think I could… To be in the first 50, I’ve never expected a result like that. It is really an honor. :)

    June 15, 2007
  3. The honors are yours! Thanks for the kind words about Autism Vox and look forward to more good reading here.

    June 15, 2007
  4. James Andrews #

    I read that list and can’t believe it left out “Breen’s Blog.” It’s by a former TV doctor in Chicago who’s now got a big marketing company.
    He writes about how docs are getting screwed because they’ve become commodities and how they have to become entrepeneurial and use marketing just like any other business.
    The link is
    My colleagues know about this blog. I don’t get why it was ignored?

    September 2, 2008

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