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American Medical Association unveils app challenge finalists

Earlier this year, the American Medical Association launched the 2011 App Challenge, inviting U.S. doctors, residents and medical students to submit their ideas for the next great medical app. The top 10 finalists were announced today and AMA members have until September 30 to vote for their favorite entry. The two winners – one from the physician category and one from the resident/medical/student category - will be unveiled in November at the AMA’s semi-annual policymaking meeting in New Orleans.

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