Arizona Telemedicine Program a success

06/16/2008 | Yuma Sun (Ariz.), The

Babies' lives have been saved because of a telemedicine project in Arizona that connects those in rural Yuma to specialists at University Medical Center in Tucson. Also, children with disabilities can meet -- via TV link -- with an orthopedic specialist who can ask therapists with the child to move, feel and describe the child's extremities during the consultation.

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