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Exponential Medicine the Pulse of “Medtech”.

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If you’ve ever had to go into the hospital for a major medical procedure, your memory of the experience is probably pretty unpleasant. Even when all goes well, the hospital is a nerve racking place for most of us , we would rather choose not be there . But did you know that just by being treated in a functioning hospital and having access to modern care, As stated in the Lancet Commission on Global Surgery’s 2015 report that quotes of over five billion people lack access to safe, affordable Medical care.

How technology can democratize care:

Founded by Dr Daniel Kraft in 2011, Exponential Medicine is an immersive, hands-on program focused on the implications of breakthrough developments such as 3D printing, personalized stem cell lines, point of care lab on a chip diagnostics, robotics, augmented, artificial intelligence, machine learning, large scale bioinformatics, synthetic biology, low cost genomics, gene editing,Sex and Exponential Tech, Drone delivery of medicine ,Mobile health support ,Remote robotic surgery ,block chain and more. These rapidly developing technologies are discussed in the context of the current explosions of digital information, big data, and connected, on demand, distributed healthcare.

Designed for the clinicians, innovators, investors, executives, and makers driving progress in smart ways. Exponential Medicine gathers world class faculty, organizations, and startups from across the biomedical and technology spectrum to present an engaging series of faculty talks, interviews, hands-on experiences, demos and in-depth exploration of what’s currently in the labs, what’s evolving clinically, and what game changing technologies are emerging in the next 2 to 10 years.

Conclusions

The disruption and transformation of medicine is happening right now.

That’s why each year Dr. Daniel Kraft, head of the medicine track at Singularity University, to bring all of the coolest and most powerful technologies together at Exponential Medicine. Singularity University’s annual conference highlights the future of medical technology, and its annual MEDy Awards that’s Medical Entrepreneurship and Disruption help gauge the pulse of medtech startups.

Startups, organizations, and governments are all identifying the needs for consumer oriented medical technology.

Sources:  Twitter  , Med Talks  , Facebook , Youtube 

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For $100,000 Sooam offers new life for your Dog.

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Sooam’s Biotech headquarters in Seoul,where Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, 61,runs the only facility on earth that clones dogs for customers willing to pay $100,000. He is known to have led the team that cloned the first dog in 2005,he then produced more than 550 cloned puppies since, increasing efficiency of an already complicated process to a point where he guarantee an exact genetic copy of a client’s dog, provided he has healthy tissue to work with.

In 2005, Hwang was named Korea’s first “Supreme Scientist.” By 2009, he was “penniless and devastated

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The Joint Aim of Sooam Labs and BoyaLife a fast-growing Chinese biotechnology company is Targeting the Rare breeds, dogs cloned for devoted owners, those specialized working dogs for police and bomb-sniffing other medical related uses will be a part of that business. And Ultimately moving onto Cows ,Panda’s. A Different dimension suggests work is underway Ironically on a 40,000 year old Mammoths and Eventually Humans.

Beyond that, the research facility intends to explore the various biomedical applications of cloning and stem cells, another area of focus for Sooam and BoyaLife . At Sooam a technique known as the somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), in it the nucleus of an oocyte (egg cell) is removed and replaced by that of a somatic (body) cell from the mature specimen being cloned. These cells are fibroblasted. They’re taken via skin biopsy from the abdomen and cultured in a lab. Once the cell nucleus is in place,electricity is used to fuse the nucleus and oocyte together into a reconstructed embryo that’s implanted into a surrogate mother. Dogs have some complicated reproductive traits that make the species difficult to clone; most problematic, the ovulation cycles are irregular, and the eggs are in a mature state and optimal for cloning for only a few hours.

BioPremium K9, an another such startup making into the Clone animal market They provide premium grade canines that are able to protect and save the lives of our citizens.

Notes:http://en.sooam.com/dogcn/sub01.htmlhttps://www.facebook.com/sooambiotechhttp://www.boyalifegroup.com/english/introduction.aspxhttp://premiumk9.com/