The World Wide Web offers opportunities for patients to learn what their symptoms might mean, or get information about diseases or clinical trials. But not everything on the Internet is quality information. The Wall Street Journal asked a group of experts about sites they recommend for health information.Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal.
Dr. Michael Rich thinks the Web is “replacing the brochures we once handed to people. These sites are more easily tailored to the patient’s interest and level of awareness.”