South Bronx woman creates app to answer women's health questions

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A South Bronx woman is launching a new app to ensure women's health concerns are heard.

Radical Relay app creator Ivelyse Andino says the tech she built allows women to navigate the health care system with ease.

Andino says the aim of the app is to empower women using AI software to answer health and pregnancy-related questions. She also says the app reminds users of their legal right of language translation of their health questions if their doctor does not speak the same language as them.

The app is expected to come out by the end of August and will be free for iPhone and Android devices.

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