A Toronto-based research company is developing a device which will allow HIV blood testing on the spot, by using pin pricks of blood an a chip device which can be connected to a smart phone. : News Photo

A Toronto-based research company is developing a device which will allow HIV blood testing on the spot, by using pin pricks of blood an a chip device which can be connected to a smart phone.

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TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 16: A Toronto-based research company (ChipCare Corp) is developing a 'lab on a chip'' -- a device which will allow HIV blood testing on the spot, by using pin pricks of blood an a chip device which can be connected to a smart phone. The company has just received a $2 million boost in financing, including money from a federal government-backed group called Grand Challenges. L-R are 1 Lu Chen, Director Instrument Development 2. James Dou, Chief Technical Officer 3. Rakesh Nayyar, Chief Scientific Officer 4. James Fraser, Chief Executive Officer 5. Adrian Schauer, Chairman of the Board (David Cooper/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 16: A Toronto-based research company (ChipCare Corp) is developing a 'lab on a chip'' -- a device which will allow HIV blood testing on the spot, by using pin pricks of blood an a chip device which can be connected to a smart phone. The company has just received a $2 million boost in financing, including money from a federal government-backed group called Grand Challenges. L-R are 1 Lu Chen, Director Instrument Development 2. James Dou, Chief Technical Officer 3. Rakesh Nayyar, Chief Scientific Officer 4. James Fraser, Chief Executive Officer 5. Adrian Schauer, Chairman of the Board (David Cooper/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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