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Patient advocate Amy Tenderich discusses ePatients and Medicine 2.0

As previously announced here, Medicine 2.0, an international conference on the use of web applications and social media in biomedical research and health-care delivery, will be held at the School of Medicine on Sept. 16.

Speaking at the three-day event will be Amy Tenderich, patient advocate and founder of Diabetes Mine. In this video, she discusses the networked patient and what Medicine 2.0 means to her.

Abstracts for Medicine 2.0 are due March 1. In an effort to ensure that this year's conference includes a diverse mix of academic research, practice and business presentations, organizers are inviting speakers from health care, computer science, engineering, business, design and the social sciences to participate in the event.

Previously: Continuing the conversation about Medicine 2.0, Medicine 2.0 conference coming to Stanford next year and The Stanford Summit @ Medicine 2.0 officially announced

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