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Fever Smart: Young entrepreneurs' doorway into mobile health care

Monitoring a sick child's temperature can be disruptive and unreliable. That's what Lake Forest native William Duckworth is trying to solve with the Fever Smart patch thermometer, which links to smartphones to continuously track core body temperature. Duckworth, an engineering junior at the University of Pennsylvania, is CTO of iMobile Healthcare, which he co-founded with fellow Penn students Collin Hill (CMO) and siblings Aaron (CEO) and Becca Goldstein (COO, now graduated). They plan to soon launch the device with the help of more than $60,000 that they have raised, on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Duckworth shares his biggest lesson as a student entrepreneur.

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