A Materials Perspective on Medical Sensors

Challenges facing health care systems across the globe differ wildly, yet common themes of unsustainable cost increases, growing and aging demographics, and insufficient access to physicians and medical technology are emerging. Governments are realizing that health care systems need to be overhauled...

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