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From the Notebook section of Time's Jan. 29, 07 edition, there's this eye-opening fact that flawed prescriptions each year kill more than 7,000 people in the U.S. and injure more than 1.5 million. 

It's part of a short story of an attempt to get more doctors to use computers when writing prescriptions as a means to bypass legibility problems and to get instant feedback on drug interactions. 

They have a big selling job to do, according to Time, because out of this country's 550,000 doctors fewer than 10 percent use software to write prescriptions.

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