Diagnosing Diseases With A Wearable Sweat Sensor

News   Apr 18, 2017 | Original story from Stanford Medicine

 
Diagnosing Diseases With A Wearable Sweat Sensor

A wearable device that extracts sweat and analyzes its constituents to monitor health and disease. Credit: Sam Emaminejad/Stanford School of Medicine

 

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