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Smartphone device could measure male infertility in seconds: study - Xinhua

WASHINGTON, March 22 (Xinhua) -- U.S. researchers said Wednesday they have developed a low-cost and easy-to-use smartphone device that can accurately measure semen quality in seconds. More than 45 million couples worldwide are affected by infertility ...and more »

Smartphone App Lets Men Check Their Fertility For Cheap - AskMen

A new sperm analyzer app that connects a plastic device to your smartphone could give your sperm a health check without the expensive and awkward trip to the clinic. Long Story. Whether you're trying for a baby or just inquisitive, from time to time ...and more »

How Smartphones Can Actually Improve Male Fertility - Fortune

A new smartphone app and device pairing created by Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers is a cheap yet innovative way of analyzing sperm that could become as much of a game-changer for male fertility tests as the at-home ...and more »

Sperm problems? Smartphone device could screen for infertility - CBS News

What would happen if screening for male infertility was just about as easy as taking a pregnancy test in your home bathroom? That's the question researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital tried to answer when they ...and more »

Phone device tests male fertility with 98% accuracy, study shows - CNN

(CNN) A new smartphone attachment can evaluate a man's semen and determine his level of fertility with up to 98% accuracy, a new study has showed. Fighting the male biological clock by banking sperm. The new technology -- consisting of an external ...and more »

Using a smartphone to screen for male infertility - Harvard Gazette

A smartphone-based semen analyzer (photo 1) can be used to test for male infertility. The 3-D printed setup costs less than $5 and can analyze most semen samples in fewer than 5 seconds (photo 2). The optical attachment connects to the smartphone ...and more »

Harvard Develops a Cheap Smartphone Test for Male Fertility - IEEE Spectrum

Talk of semen and sperm is anything but a giggling business for the more than 45 million couples worldwide dealing with infertility—and more than 40 percent of those cases involve male infertility. To help such couples, Harvard medical researchers ...and more »

Scientists develop a phone app that can track and analyze sperm - STAT

Researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed an inexpensive and discrete way of screening for male infertility. Hyacinth Empinado/STAT. Twitter · Facebook · LinkedIn · Email · Doximity · Republish; Print. S ...and more »

This Device Lets You Scan Your Semen With Your Phone - U.S. News & World Report

Pending FDA approval, it's expected to cost $50 and come out in two to three years. By David Oliver , Associate Editor, Social Media |March 23, 2017, at 12:16 p.m.. This Device Lets You Scan Your Semen With Your Phone. Share. ×. Share on Facebook ...and more »

Indian develops a smartphone-based device for male infertility screening - The Hindu

An Indian and a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School, Boston, have developed a smartphone-based semen analyser that will go a long way in identifying the cause of infertility in men — low sperm concentration and motility —with nearly 98 ...and more »