Cyborg engineers, virtual doctors and wristbands to detect cancer: Futurologist reveals how tech will transform healthcare

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Within the next 30 years, the global population is set to increase by almost 3 billion up to 10 billion, and this rise is set to put a heavy burden on the healthcare industry.

Futurologist Peter Cochrane has predicted how he believes the world will cope with this extra demand, and which technologies are set to revolutionise medical treatment over the next 25 years.

His forecasts include lighting that helps people recover from illness, virtual surgeries and wearables that detect cancer molecules.

Source: The Daily Mail (link opens in a new window)

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