Cell phone AP the latest weapon in malaria detection

Published: 9 June 2011 y., Thursday

 An Israeli researcher has developed a way to detect malaria with a cell phone. When developed commercially, experts say the simple and non-invasive technology could produce life-saving results in the fight against Africa's most lethal disease.

 

Šaltinis: Reuters
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