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Fighting for innovative healthcare at Notre Dame

As summarized today on the iMedical Apps blog,

Dr. Hsueh-Chia Chang, a distinguished professor at the University of Notre Dame, is working on using microfluidic technology in order to create a hand held device that can quickly detect pathogens in blood and toxins in food and water.

If successful, this tool will not only be mobile but also inexpensive, making it affordable and usable in developing countries. Watch the video.

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