One giant clinical trial
Posted at 10:25 AM on February 3, 2010
by Bob Collins
Filed under: Health
"We have gone away from the community we are; the fact that we really do love each other and want to care for each other," Jamie Heywood says in a TED video that's just been posted.
He describes an alternative to the health care discussion we've heard for the last year: What if we shared more about our illnesses, and converted all of that into useful data?
His inspiration for the idea was his brother's spiral from ALS. The result, he says, would put medical care in the hands of people.
Here's his Web site.
Sometimes it's tough to believe a guy who doesn't button his shirt up all the way.
If his style of stress is all you thought is worthy of a comment then just save your comments next time. Thanks from everyone.