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Stanford's Abraham Verghese = "today's most creative person"

Last week, we wrote about Google Glass being tried out as a tool to teach bedside care to students. Now, Fast Company has labeled Abraham Verghese, MD, "today's most creative person" for his work. Verghese's use of the new technology, Kit Eaton writes, is "gentle, interesting, and downright smart."

Previously: Abraham Verghese uses Google Glass to demonstrate how to begin a patient exam

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