Doctor Blogs Raise Concerns About Patient Privacy

Deirdre Kennedy writes on NPR:

Medical blogs have drawn back the curtain on the inner workings of the health care profession. Online readers can learn about the latest medical gadgets, read physicians’ views on health care issues, even get a peek at the inner thoughts of surgeons. But despite their attraction, these blogs have raised concerns about privacy issues on the Web.

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