We Now Have Gadgets That Can Detect and Track Cancer
Wearable devices have become common for tracking heart rate, calorie intake, steps, etc. Now, scientists are propelling wearables and handheld gadgets into the realm of active cancer management.
Due to imaging advancements, we have tools that can track chemo progress, provide continual breast measurements, and more. There’s even a probe that tells surgeons if all cancer cells have been removed.