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Innovation Economy

New gadgets prod people to remember their meds

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By Scott Kirsner
Globe Columnist / August 30, 2009

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About 35 years ago, Boston University psychology professor Andrew Dibner had the sort of flash of inspiration that can propel an entrepreneur for years: When an elderly or disabled person falls and needs help, what if there was technology in their home that could summon an ambulance for them - even if they couldn’t get to a phone? (Full article: 1105 words)

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