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Wearable Technology Will See Growth in the Medical Field

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March 18, 2014
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The top venture capitalists at the digital SXSW conference in Austin, Texas believe wearable technology will see most of its growth in the medical field. While fitness wearables have taken off and thousands have been sold, the medical field has the promise for the most innovation. Investors talked excitedly about devices that warned of impending seizures or technology that measures brain trauma -- even a product that monitors an aging parent has great potential. Video provided by TheStreet


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