A radiologist believes the future of medicine could be studying your stool. Sanjiv Gambhir has developed what's known as a 'Smart Toilet' - which can analyze your urine and feces to detect early signs of disease, such as cancer.
On 29 Sep 2021, August Abolins said the following...
"Studies have shown that a significant proportion of
people with active COVID-19 infections shed the
coronavirus (called SARS-VCoV-2) in their stool, sometimes
even before their symptoms start. Every time an
individual with COVID-19 goes to the bathroom, they flush
the virus into the wastewater system."
But the virus is not likely to be viable (still active) in the
waste, is it?
So the science is sounds it seems. The "smart toilet" you
originally posted about seems to be moving that technology
indoors to our very own porcelain thrones.
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