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issue 13 // MARCH 2019

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issue 13 | MArch 2019

Scientists are working to unlock greater detail of body composition monitoring in the hope that more comprehensive information could lead to new treatments. We take a look at the growing field.

Plus, we find out if personal medical devices play a part in mitigating the effects of poor air quality, profile the development of the TWIICE One exoskeleton, examine how technology is helping researchers to detect cerebral damage in malnourished children, explore the risks of complacency in robotic surgery, and take a look at a global cancer registry launched by Lancor Scientific.

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