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Get 'HIP' to medical identification

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October 17, 2013
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Seconds can save lives during a medical emergency and now there is a new “hip” way to quickly retrieve a person's information using NFC technology. Samsung galaxy made it easy to bump and share information and that same technology called near field communication, or NFC, could also help save a life.


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