The American Cancer Society is beta-testing a new PDA-based educational tool called C-Tools 2.0.
Saying that it is designed to provide physicians with instant access to the most recent cancer information, the tool will be "available free of charge to anyone in the health care field." It will be offered in both Palm OS and Microsoft Pocket PC versions. "All clinical content for the software has been developed and reviewed by physicians, the American Cancer Society National Health Promotions Review Board and additional cancer education professionals. The software program will be a complete collection of the most recent cancer facts, findings and information."
Starting in January 2005, the tool will be available free of charge to anyone in the healthcare field.
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