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The Point of Care


Editor's note: This article has been modified from an earlier version, which misstated Dan Luo's given name. GT regrets the

In some parts of the developing world, you'd be hard-pressed to find refrigerators — which need a consistent supply of electricity — and clean water — or, in some cases, water at all. But, both electricity and water are required to perform most diagnostic tests for infectious diseases.

"The only things you have, actually, are Coca-Cola and cell phones," says Cornell University's Dan Luo.

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