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The FDA cleared Mariner Endosurgery's augmented reality surgical navigation system that provides an overlay similar to a heads-up display.
Roche teamed up with immuno-oncology competitor Merck to develop a pan-cancer diagnostic for its Keytruda therapy in mismatch repair deficiency.
The FDA cleared XenoTherapeutics to begin the first human clinical trial that uses live skin cells derived from pigs as a burn treatment.
Olympus pleaded guilty to not filing adverse event reports as required by the FDA for its duodenoscopes, agreeing to $85 million in fines and forfeiture.
The FDA cleared its first digital therapeutic for patients with opioid use disorder: an app by Pear Therapeutics to be used alongside medications.
A pilot clinical study demonstrated how Kaia Health’s artificial intelligence-based smartphone app could reduce a patient’s COPD symptoms.
10x Genomics is making moves into the emerging field of tissue genomics by buying Spatial Transcriptomics and its location-based mRNA analysis tools.
Luma Therapeutics launched its UV-based plaque psoriasis device, available through a dermatologist or Luma’s telehealth provider, HealthLens.
Merck KGaA has licensed a cloud-based artificial intelligence proteome screening platform from the Toronto-based Cyclica.
The new Apple Watch’s electrocardiogram capability has gone live, available as a free software update that allows for wrist-based ECGs on the go.