Ten terrific on-line services

October 1992
U.S. News & World Report;10/5/92, Vol. 113 Issue 13, p90
Gives information on services that `U.S. News' considers to be especially good at providing medical information based on trials and queries to users. Included is a description, cost, and connection information. Black Bag, from Ed Del Grosso; BRS After Dark, less chummy than CompuServe but with more information; Cancerfax, which lets you tap into the National Cancer Institute's database of cancer treatments; Medical Data Exchange, a good mix of articles plus a Medline search.


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