Say Goodbye to Google Health | GenomeWeb

In a blow to all your health-records-in-the-cloud dreams, Google said that on January 1, 2012 it will shut down its Google Health project, once celebrated as a major step in getting electronic health records (and subsequently shared genomic information) to mainstream use.

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