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Iwate Medical University said Wednesday it will launch a service to allow disaster evacuees in Iwate Prefecture to send their blood pressure data by cellphone for examination by its employees.

If any problems are detected, doctors at the university will report the findings to evacuees’ primary physicians, its officials said.

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