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A step towards autonomy: Making physical rehabilitation smarter and more accessible

By: Julia KIM
1 min

With her startup Ezygain, Zineb Agoumi has found a way to streamline the cumbersome machines used in re-training patients to walk, creating a device that's both smarter and cheaper. Her efforts have been recognised by this year's Cartier Women's Initiative, which rewards female entrepreneurs around the world. Ezygain won in the Europe division, picking up a $100,000 prize. She joined us for Perspective.

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