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Posts from the ‘PeRSSonalized Medicine’ Category

Nanomedicine: Selected Resources in Social Media

There are hundreds of quality blogs, news sites, medical journals, Twitter users or Youtube channels focusing on nanomedicine and nanotechnology so Webicina just selected some of the best in PeRSSonalized Nanomedicine, the simplest medical information aggregator that is available in 16 languages. If we missed something, please let us know.

You can also add custom Pubmed search boxes to your personalized journal.


Some reasons why PeRSSonalized Medicine is unique:

  • You can search in the database. It means you will find medical information only from a quality selected portion of the world wide web.
  • You can personalize any of the sections.
  • You can also receive the newest Pubmed articles focusing on your search term. Just insert your field of interest, a therapy, a condition, etc. and click Search. Then you can add the newly created box to your personalized medical “journal”.
  • It is a community-based project. Please let us know which quality resources should be added to the database.
  • It’s available in 16 languages.

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Epilepsy and Web 2.0: Selected Resources!

Epilepsy is without doubt a very important medical issue and while there are plenty of related resources, nobody has reviewed these and selected the most relevant ones so far. Webicina’s new Epilepsy and Web 2.0 collection features selected social media resources/applications focusing on epilepsy.

PeRSSonalized Epilepsy, the simplest, free, customizable, multi-lingual medical information aggregator will let you follow these resources easily in a personalized way.

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Here is table of contents:

Feel free to share any of these resources and let us know if you think others should be added.

Bioinformatics and Web 2.0

The number of communities and repositories dedicated to Bioinformatics is rapidly growing so finding relevant resources takes more and more time and efforts. Webicina, as usual, selected only relevant social media resources such as GenomeWeb Bioinform news site, Science in the Open blog, Molecular Station community, Bioinformatics Tutorials Youtube channel or OpenNetWare wiki.

Webicina’s new Bioinformatics and Web 2.0 collection features even more social media resources.

If you also want to follow easily these selected resources in a personalized way, here is PeRSSonalized Bioinformatics, the simplest, free, customizable, multi-lingual medical information aggregator.

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Here is table of contents:

Feel free to share any of these resources and let us know if you think others should be added.

Oncology: Selected Social Media Resources

Webicina.com features selected blogs, news sites, medical journals, Twitter users and Youtube channels dedicated to oncology in the newest PeRSSonalized Oncology collection. This is the simplest, customizable, free medical information aggregator. Please let us know if there are other great resources. Don’t forget the Cancer and web 2.0 collection!

You can also add custom Pubmed search boxes to your personalized journal.

Some reasons why PeRSSonalized Medicine is unique:

  • You can search in the database. It means you will find medical information only from a quality selected portion of the world wide web.
  • You can personalize any of the sections.
  • You can also receive the newest Pubmed articles focusing on your search term. Just insert your field of interest, a therapy, a condition, etc. and click Search. Then you can add the newly created box to your personalized medical “journal”.
  • It is a community-based project. Please let us know which quality resources should be added to the database.
  • You can view the selection in over 16 languages.

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Stem Cells and Web 2.0

It is easy to realize the huge number of malicious websites and the high frequency of false information focusing on stem cells. But there are some quality resources such as The Niche blog, Stem Cells Portal community site, the NIH Stem Cell information center or the International Society for Stem Cell Research Youtube channel.

Webicina’s new Stem Cells and Web 2.0 collection features even more social media resources.

If you also want to follow easily these selected resources in a personalized way, here is PeRSSonalized Stem Cells, the simplest, free, customizable medical information aggregator.

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Here is table of contents:

Feel free to share any of these resources and let us know if you think others should be added.

Swedish Collection of Medical Social Media Resources

We launched PeRSSonalized Medicine to help patients and doctors keep themselves up-to-date easily. It’s the simplest, free, customizable medical information aggregator covering over 65 medical specialties and conditions in 16 languages!

The Swedish selection is the newest one in which the platform is in Swedish and the blogs, news sites, Twitter users and peer-reviewed journals are also the most relevant ones in that language. Please let us know if you want to see PeRSSonalized Medicine in your language.

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Many thanks to Meybod Kia for the translation!

Some reasons why PeRSSonalized Medicine is unique:

  • You can search in the database. It means you will find medical information only from a quality selected portion of the world wide web.
  • You can personalize any of the sections.
  • You can also receive the newest Pubmed articles focusing on your search term. Just insert your field of interest, a therapy, a condition, etc. and click Search. Then you can add the newly created box to your personalized medical “journal”.
  • It is a community-based project. Please let us know which quality resources should be added to the database.
  • Access over 65 medical topics in over 16 languages!

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Transplantation and Web 2.0

Do you know the Half The Men organ donation resource, the American Society of Transplantation podcast, the Donate Life America community, Mark’s Kidney Transplant Blog or the American Transplant Foundation Twitter account?

Webicina’s new Transplantation and Web 2.0 collection features even more social media resources focusing on transplantation.

If you also want to follow easily these selected resources in a personalized way, here is PeRSSonalized Transplantation, the simplest, free, customizable medical information aggregator.

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Here is table of contents:

Feel free to share any of these resources and let us know if you think others should be added.

Science & Research: Selected Social Media Resources

Webicina.com features selected blogs, news sites, medical journals, Twitter users and Youtube channels dedicated to science & research in the newest PeRSSonalized Science & Research collection. This is the simplest, customizable, free medical information aggregator. There are so many resources, so please let us know if we missed something.

You can also add custom Pubmed search boxes to your personalized journal.

Some reasons why PeRSSonalized Medicine is unique:

  • You can search in the database. It means you will find medical information only from a quality selected portion of the world wide web.
  • You can personalize any of the sections.
  • You can also receive the newest Pubmed articles focusing on your search term. Just insert your field of interest, a therapy, a condition, etc. and click Search. Then you can add the newly created box to your personalized medical “journal”.
  • It is a community-based project. Please let us know which quality resources should be added to the database.
  • You can view the selection in over 15 languages.

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Chinese Collection of Medical Social Media Resources

We launched PeRSSonalized Medicine to help patients and doctors keep themselves up-to-date easily. It’s the simplest, free, customizable medical information aggregator covering over 65 medical specialties and conditions in 15 languages!

The Chinese selection is the newest one in which the platform is in Chinese and the blogs, news sites, Twitter users and peer-reviewed journals are also the most relevant ones in that language. Please let us know if you want to see PeRSSonalized Medicine in your language. Click on the image below to access the Chinese version!

Many thanks to Stanley Li from DXY.cn and Xavier Brochart for their invaluable help with the translation and the selection of quality Chinese medical resources.

Some reasons why PeRSSonalized Medicine is unique:

  • You can search in the database. It means you will find medical information only from a quality selected portion of the world wide web.
  • You can personalize any of the sections.
  • You can also receive the newest Pubmed articles focusing on your search term. Just insert your field of interest, a therapy, a condition, etc. and click Search. Then you can add the newly created box to your personalized medical “journal”.
  • It is a community-based project. Please let us know which quality resources should be added to the database.
  • Access over 65 medical topics in over 15 languages!

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Public Health and Web 2.0

From epidemiology and global health to infectious diseases and other related topics, Webicina’s new Public Health and Web 2.0 collection covers all relevant applications, websites, resources such as blogs, podcasts, community sites, mobile applications, Twitter users, videos or slideshows focusing on public health.

If you also want to follow easily these selected resources in a personalized way, here is PeRSSonalized Public Health, the simplest medical information aggregator.

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Here is table of contents:

Feel free to share any of these resources and let us know if you think others should be added.

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