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Future Women's Disease Detector - A Tampon?

Diagnose endometriosis or estimate the number of viable eggs from blood and cells drawn from a tampon? Maybe not yet, but entrepreneurial women have been working on it for several years. Applying technology to do noninvasive tests for women’s specific health needs is likely to be a future trend, along with similar  technology applications for women’s health. Frost and Sullivan, a market research firm, predicts that femtech (a term being applied to these types of efforts) will be a $50 billion industry by 2025.

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