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September 22, 2003
1 Min Read
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Hospital are testing a robot that could help patients connect with their doctors-remotely. Via an Interlink link, doctors can control the robot's movements, seeing and hearing exactly what's going on, patients see an image of the doctor on a computer display mounted to the robot. The manufacturer, InTouch Health, says the robot will augment interactions between patients.
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