Leslie Saxon explains ‘iPod of medicine’

Since everyone is posting Steve Jobs tributes, I might as well join in. I’ve always been a PC person, not a big fan of the Mac, but I’ve had two iPods, the first-generation Nano and now the fourth-generation Touch, the one with front and rear cameras. I thought the design, even the design of the packaging, was second to none.

Here’s something from cardiologist Dr. Leslie Saxon, director of the USC Center for Body Computing, about what she calls the “iPod of medicine.” It’s from a 2010 TED conference in Los Angeles.