IBM and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai are developing lab-on-a-chip technology that could help physicians detect diseases such as prostate cancer.
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ISIMO Health has launched an “expensive medicine” access programme aimed at using targeted research to reduce healthcare costs.
Researchers are testing the EpiWatch app, which runs on the Apple Watch, to monitor people with epilepsy and detect seizures before they happen.
Telepathology is helping cancer patients at Butaro Hospital in Northern Rwanda access treatment from cancer specialists in the US.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), is joining forces with Google’s life sciences unit, Verily, to create a new company called, Galvani Bioelectronics.
A team of local researchers have developed a cloud-based HIV drug resistance testing platform, called Exatype, which runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Swiss reproductive health start-up, Ava, has launched a fertility tracking wearable that predicts when a woman is most fertile and likely to conceive.
The Mozambican government is rolling out SMS Biz in four provinces to offer young people counselling on HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health.
The Yono wearable, which aims to help women understand their ovulation cycles and predict their fertility window, is now shipping.
Sea Harvest will continue its Kids for Kids project to raise funds towards the completion of the Red Cross Children's Hospital intensive care facility.
A group of global health experts have adopted new guidelines for substantiating information collected on diseases, injuries and deaths.