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    Virtual Clinic Aims to Equalize Worldwide Health Carei
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    January 30, 2016 12:21 AM
    As the number of cellphone users around the world continues to grow, more people are able to get services with mobile apps. One of the latest innovations is on-demand medical care. The University of Southern California Center for Body Computing says it uses virtual reality technology and artificial intelligence to provide care for patients anywhere in the world. Elizabeth Lee explains how it works.

    Virtual Clinic Aims to Equalize Worldwide Health Care

    Published January 29, 2016

    As the number of cellphone users around the world continues to grow, more people are able to get services with mobile apps. One of the latest innovations is on-demand medical care. The University of Southern California Center for Body Computing says it uses virtual reality technology and artificial intelligence to provide care for patients anywhere in the world. Elizabeth Lee explains how it works.


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