MedCrunch covers GeckoCap’s vision to “Make Pediatric Asthma Therapy Fun”

Ido Weinberg, a Harvard Med instructor and a vascular medicine fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, wrote a recent article on MedCrunch that described GeckoCap as a way to improve the management of asthma in children.

“Asthma is a controllable disease, yet millions of children are hospitalized every year. Leading the trend towards self-management, GeckoCap, a unique, mobile-connected product created by a physician and engineer from MIT , presented last week at the International consumer Electronics Show in Las-Vegas.This Cambridge, MA based start-up company, follows the approach of empowering patients, especially children. The idea is to have children feel they are playing a game while they are actually being treated better.”

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