Digital Technology and Genomics Hold Promise for Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

The unlikely intersection between genomics and wireless technology is an emerging trend pointing the way forward for personalized medicine. There are already roughly 10,000 health applications for the iPhone, including the Zeo sleep coach, which uses a headband with sensors to monitor brain waves during sleep, and Airstrip, an application that allows physicians to check the vital signs of their ICU patients in real time from anywhere in the world.

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