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Healight: The Moonshot Not Yet Heard Round the World

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: November 5, 2020

healightImagine a technology so innovative and groundbreaking in its potential impact that its sponsor is calling it “a moonshot” and “an opportunity so big you could build an entire company around it”. Yet despite that lofty aspiration, there has been scant media attention devoted to a potential medical breakthrough that could have epochal implications for healthcare; Covid and beyond.

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