Noah talks to Paul Swain, MD, a gastroenterologist at the Royal London Hospital in England, who helped develop a camera called a "capsule endoscope." It's tiny — the size of a pill — and can be swallowed by a patient. The camera can then transmit images of its journey through the digestive system. Test results of the capsule endoscope are featured in the journal "Nature."



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