Growing security and privacy concerns spur innovation in medical technologies

As the number of solutions based on ultrathin, flexible sensors that could be applied to the skin like smart tattoos, or even applied to the surface of organs inside the body to continually monitor vital signs or to deliver time-released drugs – such as the solutions from companies like MC10 (see...

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