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Can taking a selfie help spot cancer?

A screening tool for pancreatic cancer has been developed by researchers at the University of Washington. By utilising smartphone technology and 3D printing the researchers have developed a solution that could effectively screen for pancreatic cancer and other diseases, simply by snapping a selfie. Pancreatic cancer has one of the worst survival rates, with just…

Diabetes
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Sanofi and Voluntis announce digital insulin agreement

Global healthcare company Sanofi and therapeutic companion software company Voluntis have agreed to a collaboration to help improve decision-making and self-management for type 2 diabetics treated with basal insulin. The agreement will feature a smartphone application that delivers digital insulin titration solutions as well enabling remote monitoring by health care teams. The agreement echoes the…

Epilepsy-Wearable
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Wearable device for epilepsy patients created by startups

  A wearable device has been developed that could help doctors diagnose epilepsy. The device, Neuronaute, has been created by Paris-based startups, Dataiku and Bioserenity. The wearable device, created by Bioserenity, is combined with a data analysis platform built by Dataiku. It aims to offer neurologists a tool for accurately diagnosing epilepsy through a mobile…

NHS England has commissioned an app, myGP, to help speed up access to care by allowing patients to securely book and/or cancel doctors’ appointments
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NHS app launched to transform access to GP appointments

NHS England has commissioned an app, myGP, to help speed up access to care by allowing patients to securely book and/or cancel doctors’ appointments remotely on their smartphones. The myGP app was developed by London based health tech company iPlato and has been launched for GP practices. iPlato said the app enables practices to automate…

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