Steven Keating: The Man Who 3D Printed His Brain Tumour Is Hired By Apple!

Steven Keating a Doctoral student of Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, who reportedly 3D printed his brain tumour is allegedly hired by Apple!

Steven Keating who made a 3D print-out of his brain when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour is hired by Apple. He is a doctoral student of Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT).

Steven first came into Headlines back in 2015 when he announced his experiments on himself to understand his own tumour. According to him he has collected 75GB of his own health information.

In Bionetwork’a Annual conference he told the challenges he has to face to collect his own health data. In the last he went to medical school to test his own issue to have a better knowledge. It’s still not know in which position he is working on Apple.

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Recently Apple acquired Gliimpse a health starup which helps to collects your own health data & track.

Apple team is also secretly working on to develop a sensors which can track blood sugar level continuously all day, to treat diabetes in a better way. As of now we have to penetrate skin to test the blood, but if this sensors are made successfully then we can track blood sugar level from outside by just using Apple Watch.

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Trishit Chakraborty

Technology is love, blogging is passion. Co-founder of Headline Authority. A Techworm blogger who is persuing his Engineering exposing his readers to the news arenas!

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