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Fitness diagnostics

Following in the footsteps of American startups like InsideTracker, a host of firms are looking to cash in on India's growing interest in fitness and shortage of healthcare professionals.

TOO MUCH INFORMATION?

Tired of your Facebook friend's step heart rate mileage updates? Get ready for a new level of "too much information" in 2018, as Indian diagnostics companies

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