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Butterfly Network

Making ultrasound scanners portable, affordable—and more available to all.
SCANTY SCANNER The founder of Butterfly Network plans to bring its $2,000 handheld iQ scanner to the masses.

For a vascular surgeon like John Martin, the chief medical officer of Butterfly Network, ultrasound imaging—crucial for everything from diagnosing cancer to identifying a baby’s gender—has forever been what he

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