Science

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Is it possible for a ‘digital twin’ to predict your health?

COULD a ‘digital twin’ transform healthcare, offering personalised predictions and treatments to prevent illness? That’s the tantalising prospect being explored by scientists, who believe this technology could revolutionise medicine within

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