An ultrasound machine that fits in your pocket!

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It’s coming. GE says it should be out in 2010 (video below):

The Star Trek Tricorder, a device that allows medics to check their patients in the field in the sci-fi TV show, took a step closer to becoming reality today thanks to a new device being shown off by General Electric in the US.

The device, which is a cross between a mobile phone and an iPod was shown at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco on Tuesday.

Called Vscan, the clamshell designed gadget is aimed at doctors, and possibly would-be parents who could use it in their office or in the field to check the progress of unborn babies or other medical instances, rather than sending their patients to a specialist department for a scan. [source]


Imagine standing on the sidewalk outside of an abortion clinic and being able to show a confused mother a live video feed of her baby right there that very instant.

The facts are on our side. It’s a unique, individual human life in the womb. We just need to bring our society to face this reality. What an amazing tool to help us do just that.

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Seth J. DeMoor November 11, 2009 at 10:45 am

We need to support this new device with all our fervor! It could change the face of abortion in the world!

Mike November 11, 2009 at 12:14 pm

Ironic that this comes from the company that’s performing drug testing with human embryonic stem cells.

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