Electronic Medical Records Present More Options for Genomics Research | GenomeWeb

Emily Singer of MIT's Technology Review says the $20 billion in the stimulus bill allocated to helping doctors and hospitals adopt electronic medical records also has researchers "excited about the possibilities" of using those records for scientific study.

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