Imagine if you could make a digital replica of your body, using sensors to pull in all data available at a given moment, and then project your health into the future — not as in predicting what will happen, but rather in assessing the impact of changes in medication, diet or activity over time.

It could offer a road map for how to treat one’s body better. For those facing medical challenges, it could offer a lifeline into the future...

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