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How wearable technology can improve cancer treatment

Researchers demonstrate how using wearable technology and smartphones can improve cancer treatment. The researchers aim to provide doctors with real-time patient data from wearable technology and patient-reported experiences so that physicians can base their treatment decisions on objective measures rather than just subjective and episodic observations.
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