SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb) – While genomics has showed promise at a small scale for matching patients to treatments, scaling that capability up so that personalized medicine may be realized for all will require a lot more data to be sifted through, speakers at this year's American Society of Human Genetics meeting said.

"How can we apply those breakthroughs in data technology to help with the transition from world of one to a world of millions?" asked Google's David Glazer, referring to the increasing number of people who have undergone genome sequencing, at ASHG.

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