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Intel rolls health care system and service

11/9/2008 08:00 PM EST
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re: Intel rolls health care system and service
curtischong   11/15/2008 7:03:43 PM
There is nothing in this article which indicates whether or not this health system will be usable by seniors who are blind or visually impaired. Yet, many seniors who could benefit from this system will suffer from macular degeneration. I hope that Intel will contact the National Federation of the Blind to ensure that the system will be usable by people who are blind. Cordially, Curtis Chong

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