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For all the focus on digital health at the Consumer Electronics Show for the past decade, there has been little substantive coverage of how the sector can tackle health inequity — or how certain technologies have exacerbated long-standing health disparities.

That changed notably at this year’s virtual CES, with a number of sessions dedicated to exploring thorny ethical issues that, if unaddressed, could deepen existing forms of historic inequality.

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