Cleveland Clinic announces top ten innovations for 2008

For the third year in a row, Cleveland Clinic has picked what they think are the top ten innovations in medicine. The picks, which are ones that they think will have the most impact on medicine in the next year, include circulating tumor cell technology, the warm organ perfusion device, and the diaphragm pacing system. Article

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