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01 Feb 2017
Google has launched health cards with medically-verified details of more than 900 health conditions and diseases. AMA Vice President Dr Tony Bartone says it's a long-overdue improvement in the quality of information, but patients should still see their doctor if they are concerned about symptoms.

Published: 01 Feb 2017

01 Feb 2017
Since Dr Google entered the vernacular a decade ago, people have been researching symptoms on the internet and coming up with inaccurate diagnoses. AMA President, Dr Michael Gannon, says Google's move to provide higher quality information is a positive, but it can never replace a visit to the doctor.

Published: 01 Feb 2017