CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – In a notable example of cross-department collaboration within the federal government, the US Department of Veterans Affairs is moving a key part of its Million Veteran Program initiative to the Department of Energy's supercomputing platform. The VA also will be counting on the DOE to crunch big data for suicide prevention and treatment of prostate cancer and cardiovascular disease.

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