Genomics and patient-generated data are poised to make a bigger impact in healthcare in the next five years, although many within the industry still have concerns about interoperability and the overall effectiveness of big data. According to a survey released by NEJM Catalyst Insights Report, 40% of respondents said genomics data will be useful five years from now, compared to just 17% who said it is currently useful.
Millions of people have now tested their DNA through consumer genomics companies.
Here’s the truth within the truth: It doesn’t matter. They don’t need to hear you. You don’t need their agreement to validate what you know in your body. That feeling of inner clarity you now feel? That’s yours. Savor it. It won’t taste the same to anyone else, anyway. Even if you know it would free them up on the karmic registry. Truth is your gift to receive.
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It’s that time of year again. Apple has released iOS 10.3 to all users today as a free update that can be downloaded over the air or via iTunes (for whoever does that).
Scientists have successfully used facial recognition software to diagnose a rare, genetic disease that causes multiple defects like cleft palate and learning problems, but is often hard to pinpoint.