Just5 Cell Phone Reviews

If you’ve been searching for Just5 cell phone reviews, you’ve come to the right place.  We originally reviewed the Just5 cell phone For seniors back in 2011, and it looks like it’s changed a bit for the better.  We liked this cell phone for a lot of reasons, namely because it was simple, had big buttons and seemed to work quite well.  We were sent a model to play with, and subsequently gave it away to a lucky TSL community member during an on-site promotion.

Product Info: Just5 Cell Phone

  • Name:  Just5 (model CP09)
  • Offered By: Just5.com
  • Price:  $33 (EUR)
  • Carrier:  AT&T & T-Mobile
  • Monthly Rates:   AT&T or T-Mobile standard rates
  • Colors:  Orange, Red & White
  • Contracts or Cancellation Fees: None for phone.  Fees possible depending on carrier
  • Features:  Emergency call button, built-in flashlight, integrated fm radio, large buttons, loud speakerphone, easy to use.

Product Review: Just5 Cell Phone

The Just5 cell phone for seniors is a simple, easy to use phone with few frills.  It has huge buttons that are easy to read, has a built in flashlight (making it
useful when reading restaurants menus), has a small form factor, and works on common carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile.  We never saw the utility of having an fm radio on board, but maybe they have customers that like this feature. As we noted in our earlier review of the Just5, this phone could make good sense for a young person as well.


If a cell phone (with an SOS button) is all you’re looking for, the Just5 would make good sense. When the SOS or medical alert button is depressed, it sends a text message to 5 preset numbers that the user inputs at set-up.  It then begins dialing the user’s emergency contacts until someone answers.  The phone is automatically placed in speakerphone mode after the SOS button is depressed.

The Just5 phone probably doesn’t make much sense for the user who wants to take, and share pictures.  You’d have a hard time taking pictures given there is no camera!  There isn’t enough real estate on the viewing area to see anything but a simple text, so it’s a moot point anyway.  What this phone does well is that it makes and receives phone calls, and operates as a remote medical alert system.

The Bottom Line:

This phone is for someone that wants a basic phone with a medical alert option.  For those purposes, this phone is a great option.  Everywhere we looked recently was out of stock on the Just5 model CP09, so you’ll have to look around to purchase it. Normally you can purchase this phone directly from Just5.com or any number of retail outlets like Best Buy, etc.  If you can’t find a Just5 phone, we have a similar suggestion for you.  A close cousin of the Just5 is the Snapfon ezTWO3G Senior Cell Phone, SIMPLE and Easy to Use, SOS Button, Hearing Aid Compatible, UNLOCKED GSM Just5 Cell Phone Reviews.

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Samsung Jitterbug 5 Review

Jitterbug 5 red Samsung Jitterbug 5 ReviewThe Samsung Jitterbug line has been around a long time, and we know this phone well.  The Senior List originally reviewed the Samsung Jitterbug J model back in 2010!  We’re happy to report that this phone has evolved and today it’s better than ever.  The Jitterbug line has been one of the most popular senior friendly phones on the market.  There was a famous slogan penned by an ad agency back in 1968, we think fits pretty well with our Samsung Jitterbug 5 Review… Jitterbug 5 – You’ve come a long way baby!

Product Info: Jitterbug 5

  • Name:  Jitterbug 5 Phone for Seniors
  • Offered by:  GreatCall
  • Price:  $99 MSRP
  • Monthly Rates: Start at $24.99 (includes 5Star Service)
  • Colors:  Red, White or Blue
  • Carrier:  Verizon
  • Contracts or Cancellation Fees: None
  • Features:  Simple clam shell design, big, easy-to-see buttons, powerful speakerphone, 5Star service button, long lasting battery, Big Red (Verizon Network)

Product Review: GreatCall’s Jitterbug 5

j5 white magenta e1416697285902 Samsung Jitterbug 5 ReviewThe Samsung Jitterbug 5 from GreatCall is one of the most recognizable senior friendly phones today.   Nicole Lee at Cnet said of the Samsung Jitterbug 5’s early cousins “The Samsung Jitterbug J is incredibly easy to use.  It has a bright display, large font size, a roomy keypad with big buttons, and even a dial tone to make it similar to a landline telephone“.  We love the large buttons, and the fact that it’s easy to recognize the emergency button (in red) which alerts GreatCall operators to an inquiry or an emergency.

Staff here at The Senior List have personally tested out “5Star” services at GreatCall’s call center.  These services include dispatching emergency services, connecting the user to a registered nurse, and even conferencing in an emergency contact like a son or daughter.  The operators are trained, and they’re some of the most professional we’ve dealt with.  Another thing that we love is their contract… You know why? There isn’t one!  If you’ve followed our medical alert system reviews, you probably know we don’t like the idea of folks entering into long-term service contracts that they are locked into.  If you’re ever in doubt, make sure you get this assurance in writing.  With GreatCall’s Jitterbug you don’t have to.

How Does 5Star Service Work?

5Star Service from GreatCall Samsung Jitterbug 5 Review

The Bottom Line:

If you’re looking for a senior friendly cell phone the Samsung Jitterbug 5 from GreatCall is a can’t miss.  This isn’t just a cell phone though, it’s a cross between a phone and a medical alert system.  For this reason, The Senior List highly recommends this product.  The Jitterbug 5 remains our top choice in mobile phones for seniors because of it’s versatility, it’s value for money, and for top shelf service from GreatCall staff.

If you’ve used the Jitterbug 5 or know someone who has, please give us your opinion in the comment section below!

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QMedic Review: A smart medical alert system

QMedic1 QMedic Review: A smart medical alert systemThe QMedic Medical Alert System

QMedic offers a traditional PERS bracelet or pendant with a button to push when help is needed.  In addition to these features, QMedic also has some very smart sensing technology that we love.  The QMedic medical alert system will send text alerts to  loved ones/caregivers if the user is not wearing the device, fails to get out of bed or is inactive for an extended period of time.  Monthly Wellness Reports are also available to monitor activity, sleep, and  safety in the home.

What We Like: Waterproof, Smart sensing technology, inactivity alerts.  Free shipping, 30-day money back guarantee. Affordable, no hidden fees, no contract. 800-1,000 ft range. Will notify users preferences in case of an emergency (911 or family/ friends). Monthly wellness reports.

What We Would Change: No GPS features, tethered to home land-line.

Recommend?: Absolutely.  We love that it’s waterproof and think the sensing technology is a huge step above traditional personal emergency response systems.  We would love to see a GPS enabled version of QMedic.

Where to Purchase: Currently, purchases must be made through the QMedic website.

Cost: $30 per month. No long term contract. No equipment purchase. Free Shipping, 30-day money back guarantee.

Excellent Service

We found the staff at QMedic very easy to work with.  This started in their marketing department and spread to the folks at the call center who wanted to make sure I was okay when I pushed the button (many times).

Great Speaker Range on the QMedic

What really impressed me was the range of the speaker on the base station throughout my home.  The call center and I played “can you hear me now?” on both levels of my home and we could still hear each other the whole time.  The base station speaker is really loud if you are in the same room, but perfect if a user needs help a distance away from the base station.

We will be adding QMedic to our “Favorites List”, if you have used QMedic and have any feedback about your experience, we would love to hear about it below!

Is Consumer Reports Rating Medical Alert Systems?

Bay Alarm Pendant Is Consumer Reports Rating Medical Alert Systems?If you’ll look at some of our articles on Medical Alert Systems you’ll see that our robust user community is all about helping each other find the best products and services for boomers and seniors.  One of the areas that’s always been hot on The Senior List has been the Medical Alert System arena.  The reason it’s such a hot sector is because these little devices solve a problem for aging adults that are staying in the home longer.  The obvious problem they address is; What happens if there’s a medical emergency?  The solution is to press an alarm button that will summons help if no one else is in the home.  This trend toward staying in one’s home vs. moving into a nursing home or assisted living is called “Aging in Place“.

Is Consumer Reports Rating Medical Alert Systems?

One of the questions we get quite often is the following; Is consumer reports rating medical alert systems? The answer is no, they aren’t ratings specific medical alert systems but in July, Consumer Reports provided a brief review titled “What to look for in a Medical Alert System“.   They also provide a few reviews for 6 popular medical alert providers.  The article lacks some detail, but does provide some useful information such as “who needs a medical alert system”, and “what the best medical alert systems have”.

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There are a number of resources that provide ratings for medical alert systems.  Since you’re already on The Senior List, you probably know that we provide ratings and recommendations for medical alert systems.  If you see a recommendation for a medical alert system here, you can be sure we’d make the same recommendation to our own family members, giving you peace of mind when making these difficult choices.  We even put together a Medical Alert System Buyers Guide to help you make the best choice for your specific situation.

 

 

LifeStation Medical Alert System Reviews

We’ve been looking at LifeStation Medical Alert Systems for some time now.  A recent anonymous call to their customer service center revealed a professional sounding gentleman (despite calling on a lovely Sunday morning).  These “secret shopper” calls can reveal a lot about the business practices of senior service providers (and any other providers for that matter).

LifeStation has options for both traditional in-home medical alert systems as well as a mobile cellular options.  There are a number of LifeStation Medical Alert system reviews online, and the biggest complaint we’ve noticed is a coverage issue throughout then entire home.  This is a common complaint for a lot of traditional in-home medical alert systems, as each home is a different set up.  Some homes have many walls, some are small and some are big.  Each of these factors will affect the ability of the emergency response pendant to communicate with the base station.  Always do your due diligence when buying a medical alert system for yourself or a family member.  Here’s a list of questions to ask before buying a medical alert system.

The LifeStation Medical Alert System

  • Name:  LifeStation Medical Alert SystemLifeAlert Medical Alert LifeStation Medical Alert System Reviews
  • Website Info: www.lifestation.com
  • Auto Fall Detection? :  no
  • Equipment Cost:  $0
  • Monthly Cost:  $27.95 per month (based on quarterly billing)
  • Cancellation Policy: No Fees, Cancel at Anytime
  • Features:  Waterproof Pendant, Wireless, 24/7 Monitoring, 32 hour back-up battery for base station (in case of power failure), up to 500 feet range (pendant to base station).

Product Review: LifeStation Medical Alert System

LifeStation LifeStation Medical Alert System ReviewsThe LifeStation Medical Alert System is an excellent option if you’re looking for a traditional medical alert system. LifeStation has options for both in-home pendant style buttons, as well as a mobile help button that operates on a cellular network.  LifeStations touts their pendant as being waterproof which is one of the items we like about modern medical alert pendants.

LifeStation owns and operates it’s own UL listed monitoring center, and provides 6 weeks of training before each of their operator specialists are certified.  The equipment is easy to set up, and the price is in-line with industry averages.  They send the equipment out with no installation costs, or shipping (if ground is acceptable).  Everything is included in the monthly costs associate with The LifeStation medical alert system.

The Bottom Line: LifeStation Medical Alert Systems

Senior List Approved LifeStation Medical Alert System ReviewsWe’re recommending LifeStation Medical Alert Systems because they satisfy many of our top criteria for medical alert system providers.  They offer short-term agreements, there is no equipment to buy, the pendant is waterproof, and installation is easy. If another family member in the same household requires monitoring as well, for just $3.99 per month, they’ll provide an additional pendant and include monitoring. We’re putting LifeStation on our recommended list of medical alert system providers.

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If you’ve used The LifeStation Medical Alert System or know someone who has, please give us your opinion in the comment section below!

 

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5 Mistakes To Avoid When Shopping For Medical Alert Systems

Sometimes you just have to learn the hard way… If you browse at the medical alert systems that we’ve reviewed here on The Senior List, you’ll see a great many comments from folks that made mistakes purchasing a medical alert system for family or for friends.  Either they bought a bad one, bought the wrong type, or got into the wrong agreement. We’re trying to help you avoid the pitfalls that others have fallen into by sharing the 5 mistakes to avoid when shopping for medical alert systems!

myHalo Fall Detection Pendants 300x165 5 Mistakes To Avoid When Shopping For Medical Alert SystemsMistake #1.  You bought the wrong type medical alert system

Did you know there were different types of medical alert systems?  There are traditional in-home medical alert systems, and their are cellular (mobile) medical alert systems.  If that wasn’t hard enough… There are also 2 different types of in-home medical alert systems; The traditional pendant (1 button) type medical alert system AND the speakerphone (talk-thru) type medical alert system.  Do your research so you know exactly what you’re looking for.  Then choose the best of that breed.  Our medical alert system buyers guide can educate you, and walk you through the process.

Mistake #2.  You signed a long-term agreement

This is a big issue for consumers and there a lot of unhappy community members here on The Senior List that have signed multi-year agreements only to find out they have no out clause for any reason.  You must read the Terms and Conditions document that all providers must supply you with.  Don’t be lazy with this one, it’s very important.  We recommend never signing for a term over a year.  Even if you stick with our 1 year max rule-of-thumb, make sure you have an out clause and that you can cancel at any time.  Any medical alert providers that we recommend will offer a cancellation provision (or we won’t recommend them).

Mistake #3.  Your alert system doesn’t have adequate coverage

Different alert systems have different coverage areas (usually between 400-800 square foot radius from the base unit).  Make sure the alert system you choose can cover the spaces your loved one is most active in.  Sometimes you have to move the base unit around a bit to find just the right (central) location. Remember, for traditional in-home medical alert systems, the base unit will need to be plugged into your home phone wall jack.

Mistake #4.  You waited too long to purchase

For a lot of folks, it takes a crisis to occur before they realize they need a PERS (personal emergency response system) device for their loved one.  By this time, there’s been a fall, or an acute event and someone’s been hurt.  Don’t put it off too long, if you’re considering the need for a medical alert system, it’s probably time to take action.  It’s good piece of mind for $25 per month.

Mistake #5.  The alert system you bought is too hard to set up

Some of these systems are tough to set up, and there is little or no support.  We like providers that offer quality packaging, intuitive set-up instructions, and help or support when you need it.  Keep in mind if the support isn’t adequate during set-up… Imagine how bad it might be down the road after you’ve been a customer a while!

These are just a few of the top mistakes to avoid when making a medical alert system purchase.  If you do your research ahead of time (and read the fine print) you should end up a satisfied customer.

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Bay Alarm Medical Alert System Reviews

Bay Alarm Medical has been family owned and operated since 1946.  We’ve had our eye on them for some time, and have appreciated our interaction with Bay Alarm’s staff over the past few years (answering questions, etc.).  Bay Alarm Medical has options for both traditional in-home medical alert systems as well as the more mobile cellular options.  You can find many Bay Alarm Medical Alert System Reviews by visiting their web page, or by searching them out yourself.  Always do your due diligence when buying a medical alert system for yourself or a family member.

The Bay Alarm Medical Alert System

  • Name:  Bay Alarm Medical Alert SystemBay Alarm Pendant Bay Alarm Medical Alert System Reviews
  • Website Info: www.bayalarmmedical.com
  • Auto Fall Detection? :  no
  • Equipment Cost:  $0
  • Monthly Cost:  $24.95 per month (based on 3 month billing)
  • Cancellation Policy: No Fees, Cancel at Anytime
  • Features:  Waterproof Pendant, Wireless, 24/7 Monitoring, 32 hour back-up battery for base station (in case of power failure), up to 1,000 feet range (pendant to base station).

Product Review: Bay Alarm Medical Alert System

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The Bay Alarm Medical Alert System is a great option if you’re looking for a traditional medical alert protection. Bay Alarm has been in business since 1946, and so far we’ve been impressed with staff’s responsiveness to questions and the like.  Since customer service is a big deal to The Senior List team, this speaks volumes.  Bay Alarm offers in-home medical alert system options as well as cellular mobile options.  The in-home medical alert system is offered for use with a traditional land line, OR a cellular style base station option (if you don’t have a land line in the home).  Bay Alarm also has a mobile hand held alert system with GPS for those that wish to leave the home environment.

If the pendant battery should start to run out, the pendant will send a signal to the base station.  This will prompt the base station to contact the call center, and a new pendant will be sent out immediately (free of charge).  The pendant battery is rated at 5 years, so this is an infrequent occurrence.

The Bottom Line: Bay Alarm Medical

Senior List Approved Bay Alarm Medical Alert System ReviewsWe’re recommending the Bay Alarm Medical Alert System because it satisfies many of our top criteria for medical alert system providers.  They offer short-term agreements, there is no equipment to buy, their staff is attentive, the pendant is waterproof, the in-home range is as good as it gets, it’s easy to install, and if that wasn’t enough they offer free monitoring for a second pendant purchase (for spouse or roommate).  We also like the fact that there are a number of positive Bay Alarm Medical Alert System Reviews available which gives us confidence in recommending them strongly.

If you’ve used the Bay Alarm Medical Alert System or know someone who has, please give us your opinion in the comment section below!

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Why tablets for seniors are a great choice

iPad mini Why tablets for seniors are a great choice

As we continue to embrace the digital age, boomers and seniors are becoming increasingly exposed to the technological advances in communication, from laptops to smartphones and tablets. The iPhone 6 may be here, but for the older generations, tablets for seniors are a far more practical choice for a number of reasons.

Tablets are bigger

The obvious reason that tablets for seniors are preferable to smartphones, is their size. Today’s modern smartphone might be up to 5.5 inches in screen size, but with an average 9 inch tablet screen size, these friendly little devices are easier on the eye and promise the same capabilities as the modern day smartphone. They’re also far preferable for mobile communication, for example, a Skype conversation with family or friends can be seen far more clearly on a bigger screen.

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While laptops might have been the gadget of choice for older adults some years ago, nobody can deny that they can be clunky.  A laptop might be an ideal choice if it is not frequently used, but for those of us who are still mobile enough to get around on a daily basis, we need a device that can travel with us. The tablet is the perfect go-between for mobile phones and laptops – it has an extensive battery life and can connect to Wi-Fi, which is ideal for emailing, browsing, and gaming in coffee shops, waiting areas and more.

Tablets can be adjusted for aging eyes and vision loss

756px Xperia Tablet S auf der Internationalen Funkausstellung 2012 in Berlin 2 PD 150x150 Why tablets for seniors are a great choice  Tablets that are back-lit are a huge boost for those with vision loss.  The ability to zoom and enlarge photos and text easily with two fingers is a clear winner over laptops for adults with vision impairments.   Tablets can also be easily adjusted for color contrast, text size, text-to-speech, magnification,  and negative colors.  In this way, tablets are keeping people connection to the outside world who may otherwise be isolated due to their vision.

Tablets for seniors can improve cognitive function 

There is no doubt that the gaming capabilities for today’s modern tablets know no bounds. In particular, however, when done right, tablet games can be especially helpful for us as we age. Modern-day brain training games like Sudoku and Crosswords have moved on from the pen and paper era to being based within our tablets. Moreover, studies have shown that challenging games like card and brain games (we like Lumosity.com) can help to improve our cognitive skills and information retention.  As we get older we might have trouble finding enough people to sit down and play a game of cards with, which is why sites like www.casinosagafans.com may be preferable may be preferable, giving users the chance to flex their strategic skills without the hassle of a pack of cards.

The power of modern day tablets as a way of keeping in touch and keeping the brain stimulated is continually changing and improving.  With improved mobile internet access and low cost to purchase, there’s no reason why every older adult shouldn’t have one.  What are your favorite online gaming sites?

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Is The Apple Watch Ready For Prime Time?

google.glass  Is The Apple Watch Ready For Prime Time?We had a great question from one of our community members that spurred some additional dialog about the the future of medical alert systems, and whether the Apple Watch might be in that future.

Susan asks resident tech expert TimOnTech: I was thinking along the same lines, Tim, but you expressed it much better than I….I don’t even know what an accelerormeter is. I used to joke if Tiffany made an alert pendant necklace, older women would love wearing it. The Apple watch looks cool.

I was thinking it probably also has a gps built in. (Do you know?) If so, help could be on the way very quickly even if the person couldn’t speak.

Thanks for the information and forward-thinking. possibilities.

Why is the Apple Watch receiving criticism in it’s first week of existence?

Unfortunately the Apple Watch needs some time to grow. Here are a list of why we don’t think its ready for seniors (or most consumers for that matter).

1. It’s not waterproof (no not even the sports edition). It is not even recommended to be worn in the shower.  This (to me) translates into “this Apple Watch isn’t even water resistant yet”.  This is a deal breaker for most of the sports nuts out there that expect to wear their watch wherever they go (including the pool).

2. It’s tethered to the iPhone. Hopefully it will have it’s own communication ability down the road so you don’t have to take your phone with you all the time. So now you have 2 devices that do largely the same thing.  One small… The other one SUPER SMALL.  As soon as we can take one or the other (or both) at our discretion, Apple will have a complete game changer.  For now it’s just a game changer. (Which isn’t so bad is it?)

3. Battery life of the Apple Watch is being called into question. They say you get a day’s worth of charge, but I suppose that the real numbers will become evident when they start shipping the Apple Watch (next year some time).  Again, let’s get to the point where we only need to plug these wearable gadgets in a couple times a week.  I know the brilliant engineers out there can do this!

4. The watch face is awfully small. Now my eyes are pretty good, but I don’t like reading on my iPhone 5S let alone a tiny watch… My iPad is about as small as I like to read on… So for the most rudimentary of tasks (like depressing an emergency call button) this might be just fine.  Replying to a text with a smiley face?  Probably fine too… but doing much more on the watch itself is going to be a struggle for most aging adults.

To read Susan’s original question and comment string click here on our article entitled; “The Next Best Medical Alert System”

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Apple Watch like Google Glass nice to have… Not need to have (yet)

So in summary, for now it’s probably a nice to have… Down the road (a couple years down the road) it may turn into a need to have. One nice wearable comparable is the Google Glass product. Even thought it’s not widely available, it’s been met with only mild enthusiasm. It’s a nice wearable comparable because it’s also an extension of one’s cell phone except plastered to ones face.

What’s your take on these exciting new wearable devices? Are they ready for prime-time? Are they following the typical evolutionary path to legendary gadget status?  Let us know your thoughts below!

The Next Best Medical Alert System

apple watch 178x300 The Next Best Medical Alert SystemIf you tuned into the Apple Live event yesterday you heard a lot about the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as Apple’s much anticipated wearable technology called the Apple Watch (nope it’s not called the iWatch).  The iPhones continue on their spectacular run of innovation including getting thinner, faster, stronger, and packed with new features like Apple Pay (think iWallet) and integrated health apps.  As you were watching the presentation I bet you weren’t thinking about the next best medical alert system! Well for good reason we were, and here are some thoughts on the future of this growing marketplace.

 

The Future of The Medical Alert System

As someone that follows the medical alert system industry closely, I can’t help but think that we might be seeing the future of medical alert systems before our very eyes.  The first thing I thought about when I saw the Apple Watch was that this is the first big innovation in medical alert systems we’ve seen in a long, long time.  How you ask?  Consider this: The Apple Watch already has build in sensors to tell you temperature, heart rate and a variety of other health related information.  There are already built in health apps that track daily activity which will be useful for family members to track how often their loved one’s are getting around.

iOS 8 Health App The Next Best Medical Alert System

This is the first big innovation in medical alert systems we’ve seen in a long, long time.

The Apple Watch has an internal gyroscope and an accelerometer which could lend itself to any myriad of inactivity or fall detections too.  Built in messaging could serve as useful reminders notifying the user when it’s time to take their medications, and how they should take them (with food, or not).  The possibilities are endless.

Right now the Apple Watch solution isn’t optimal  for a variety of reasons.  It’s new, it’s complex, it’s tethered to an iPhone, it may not be waterproof yet, etc.  The biggest reason this technology won’t be replacing the traditional medical alert system is that there aren’t many medical alert system replacement apps that are ready for prime time on the Apple Watch.  Here’s one industry observer that’s betting on a new simple medical alert application to be integrated into the Apple Watch for seniors.  In short order this could become the next best medical alert system on the market.  I think that in 5 years you’ll see some very useful apps come to market to address health needs that we haven’t yet dreamed of.  Should be a fun ride!

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