With more than 700 million iPhones sold globally, Apple has built a new open source software framework that it hopes will revolutionize medical research by turning iPhone users into powerful diagnostic tools for gathering health data.

At Apple’s March 9 product launch event, the company announced ResearchKit, a new platform for researchers to host mobile apps designed to dramatically change how the antiquated methods of medical research—and the treatment of diseases—are conducted.

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