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Universities develop hands-off method to detect heart abnormality (access required)

Patient’s smartphone camera collects data on atrial fibrillation

A big challenge in health care is getting patients to comply with the treatments their doctors prescribe for them or with the home testing their doctors want them to follow. A health care application under development in Rochester could eliminate the need for patients to do more than lift a finger to their smartphones or tablets ...

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