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  • Telemedicine Research Laboratory (empty) - Summary

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    Telemedicine Research Laboratory began its activities in the year 2000 at Bangalore, India. Some of the key objectives was to use technology for humanitarian purposes and synergise with international organisations like ITU and ISO.

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    Submitted by Dr Jayanth G Paraki; posted on Thursday, December 08, 2005

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