And Technology, Too

Analytical tools and computing power, in addition to support from medical research and healthcare systems, will be needed to make sense of all the data coming off of ever-cheaper sequencing technologies and to personalize medicine, writes Andrew Litt, the chief medical officer at Dell, at ComputerWorld.

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