“One of the most important factors in the success of the treatment of a disease is early diagnosis, but what happens when the patient does not feel bad and there are no external symptoms of the disease? There is a huge gap today between the importance of early diagnosis and what actually happens, a lack of continuous contact between the population and the medical centers. In our laboratory at the Technion we are trying to bridge the gap between the clinics and the patients through technological developments. How do we do this? Devices and facilities that can be kept in the clinics, but can reach the patients and perform data analysis online,” said Professor Hossam Haick, Dean and Head of the LNBD Group at the Technion, speaking at the Israel-Japan Conference.

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