Cryonics Revival Scenarios and Potential Roadmaps

Technology, Personalized Medicine, And Autism

Published in Personalized medicine.

Imagine walking into your doctor’s office and being greeted not by people who invite you to wait, but by a scanner ready to gather information about your heart, kidney, lung and liver function. Scanning your body for a near-complete diagnostic work-up, the scanner forwards your results to a giant screen in the exam room where your doctor awaits — masked and gloved, of course — to discuss the results and create a personalized care plan.

This practice was already being implemented pre-Covid at doctors’ offices like Forward, a San Francisco-based company that combines cutting-edge technology with doctor-patient partnerships for clinical solutions personalized to the individual rather than the one-size-fits-all approach that dominates today’s clinical approach.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesbooksauthors/2020/08/06/technology-personalized-medicine-and-autism/#37dab517c463