Google Wants to Curb Diseases with Preventive Wristband
The tech giant has been granted a patent in the form of a wearable technology device that could identify any cell that "may be indicative of a medical condition"
Earlier this year Google proposed a new bracelet that is being described as a disease-fighting wearable technology. The pitch was recently accepted by the US Patent and Trademark Office, which shows the true potential of the product.
The device could be used as a way to detect and target abnormalities in the wearer’s body, which suggests the focus is on the cancer. The features would work via ultrasound or radio technology that “automatically modify or destroy targets in the blood that have an adverse health effect.”