What if cancer could be diagnosed by just smelling it? Dr. William Hanson, author of The Edge of Medicine, explains now an electronic nose can do just that. Hanson, Director of Surgical Intensive Care at University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, describes how medical technology has the potential to change—and save—lives. He offers intimate true-life accounts illustrating the cutting edge of biotechnology—including computer health wizards which will advise and prescribe on home computers, wheelchairs operated by reading electrical brain waves, and the future of surgical robotics. Presented as part of the Future of Health Lectures with Kim Ricketts Book Events, Bastyr University, and PCC Natural Markets. (KingRat)
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