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Posts Tagged ‘Ebola’

Perficient’s Top 10 Life Sciences Blog Posts of 2014, Letterman-Style

As we wrap up 2014, I thought it would be neat to see what our readers were, well, reading. Without further ado, here are the top 10 blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote that seemed to be popular among readers. They’re ranked David Letterman-style, one being most popular (i.e., viewed). The One Feature CROs and […]

The Gift of Communication to Assist in the Fight Against Ebola

In the spirit of the holidays Perficient is joining Partners In Health to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, by providing communication tools that enhance communication and collaboration for the more than 1.5 million users. Founded in 1987, Partners In Health (PIH) works to strike at the root causes of illness by weaving […]

CURE Ebola With THIS!

Just kidding. You may have read the story on TMZ of a New York businessman making big bucks off the panic surrounding Ebola. Guess what? The FDA hit him where it hurts. His site is down. Stop trying to trick the public. Stop being sleazy. That’s the message the FDA is sending to pharmaceutical, medical […]

Perficient Provides PIH New Tools In The Fight For Global Health

Kent Larson, Director at Perficient recently posted a blog about Partners In Health (PIH) and the new Microsoft tools they are using to help enable their mission to provide a preferential option for the poor in healthcare. PIH is one of many organizations leading a coalition to combat the Ebola outbreak, working alongside two other […]

Should You Be Afraid Of Ebola?

With the recent localized outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, much information and disinformation has made its way to the Internet and mainstreamed media outlets. Given the foggy haze of reality, I thought it would be helpful to publish a summary of important facts – as the science currently supports – about Ebola: how it […]