Daniel Kraft

Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist

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In the future, we could have 3D printed bionic eyeballs, contact lenses that track glucose levels, pacemakers for your brain.

The future of medical technology

In the future, we could have 3D printed bionic eyeballs, contact lenses that track glucose levels, pacemakers for your brain.

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