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Harvard project to scan millions of medical files

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / July 3, 2005

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Harvard scientists are building a powerful computer system that will use artificial intelligence to scan the private medical files of 2.5 million people at local hospitals, as part of a government-funded effort to find the genetic roots of asthma and other diseases. (Full article: 1487 words)

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