Advances In Wearable Tech Help Track, Treat And Prevent Diseases

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Director of the UA Center for Accelerated Biomedical Innovation, UA COM-T professor, and BIO5 member Dr. Marvin Slepian, has introduced a high-tech device that could change the way we help track, treat, and prevent disease. Manufactured by a company in Boston, BioStamp is a skin patch sensor that documents and measures various body processes such as vital signs, activity, posture, and sleep, that clinicians can monitor to help prevent disease.