Most U.K. adults haven't heard of telehealth; Western New York to participate in VLER Health Communities Program;

> Roughly nine in 10 adults in the U.K. have never heard of telehealth, according to a survey commissioned by the Telehealth Forum and conducted by YouGov. More than 2,000 people over the age of 18 were surveyed. Only 9 percent of respondents had heard of telehealth. Announcement

> While photoacoustic imaging can help locate melanoma when only a few cancerous cells exist, the technique isn't recommended for identifying other types of cancer, as not all cancers have ample pigmentation, according to researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Announcement

> Western New York--which includes the Buffalo area--was selected to participate in the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) Health Communities Program, according to an announcement yesterday from HEALTHeLINK, the area's health information exchange. The community is one of 13 in the U.S. participating in the project. Announcement

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