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THESE DEVICES ARE BECOMING OUR 

GO-TO DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS…
Samsung is developing a
wearable sensor that can
monitor brainwaves to
detect the early stages 

of a stroke.
Columbia University
biomedical engineers
invented a smartphone
attachment that can test
human blood for HIV or
syphilis in 15 minutes.
SniffPhone will employ
NaNose breathalyzer
technology that can “smell”
a user’s breath to diagnose
cancer or other serious
diseases.

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