Wireless tech reaches full healthcare potential; Johns Hopkins drug library helps find new uses for meds;

> I know, we've heard it before, but this time it may finally be true. Wireless technologies may finally be ready to reach their full potential in the healthcare market, according to a new report. FierceMobileHealthcare

> The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has developed a public drug library for researchers with few rivals in the world. With it, among other things, researchers hope to find new uses for existing drugs FierceBioResearcher

> Big Pharma's emerging markets are a big source of hope for the industry. But so far, pharmas have been a bit secretive about how those markets are performing, leading observers to wonder just how much they're actually growing. FiercePharma

> Here's a antidote to those complaints about an underpowered FDA: the Obama administration wants to raise the agency's budget by 19 percent, to $3.2 billion, for fiscal 2010. FiercePharma

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