The Premiere of the (In)visible Organ Documentary

A rendering of the Callascope
Kareemah Abdusamad shares during the film, “No matter how long you live after a diagnosis… you did live.”
The film captures the Callascope going through a round of cilnical studies at Duke Hospital.

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