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Advances in wearable tech help track, treat and prevent diseases

TUCSON – Healthcare is going even more high tech in the way we track, treat and prevent diseases.

University of Arizona professor of medicine, Dr. Marvin Slepian said that BioStamp is a wearable FDA-approved device that was manufactured by a company in Boston.

Slepian said that the device sticks onto the skin and some patients do not even feel they have it on.

The skin patch sensors and measures vital signs, activity, posture and sleep.

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