“This acceleration in knowledge will drive new treatments to improve health outcomes and quality of life in general,” Dr. Gary Nakhuda.
In this Marie Claire article Olive’s Dr Gary Nakhuda talks about the exciting potential of healthtech – otherwise known as health technology – in providing access to the information and tools that can improve personal and preventative healthcare for women. Data gathered through AI and machine learning can help find solutions for challenging fertility conditions like PCOS and unexplained infertility diagnosis.
Dr Nakhuda will be presenting a paper at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Society conference on monitoring potential fertile windows with the Mira Fertility Tracker. (Urinary E3G Monitoring with the Mira Fertility Tracker During COH as an Alternative to Serum E2)
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