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re: Shirt monitors vital signs for immediate medical diagnosis
Bert22306   10/9/2012 8:16:12 PM
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Yes! It's gratifying to see this sort of product being developed. My bet is that it is this type of innovation that will keep health care costs in check, much more so than diddling around with health insurance company models. The labor content involved in education and in health care is, IMO, why costs in those fields are so high, and always rising. This, and all the other telemedicine innovations, are just the type change in direction that is needed.



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