Stanford Innovator’s “Eyephone” Aimed At Mobile Health In China
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A surge in mobile phone technology for health care applications in China has seen a U.S. innovator focus on an affordable way to conduct eye exams remotely in a market with one of the largest visually impaired patient populations in the world.
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