Pill that gathers gastrointestinal data wins approval

Buffalo-based SmartPill Corp. won FDA approval for its wireless device designed to diagnose gastroparesis. The vitamin-sized device collects data on its journey through the gastrointestinal system and transmits it to a receiver worn on the patient's belt or around the neck.

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