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Bringing healthcare into your home

Cue is a tracking device that aims to revolutionise healthcare at home, by measuring vitamin D, fertility and influenza indicators, amongst other things. Single-use cartridges collect a sample of saliva or blood, which the device analyses, before sending results to an app. 

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