Open Data: The Next Revolution in Health

Over the last century, we’ve seen new technologies revolutionize health and save lives. The first antibiotic was discovered in 1928 giving doctors a tool to completely cure patients of deadly infections. In 2003, the human genetic code was completed, paving the way for a boom in medical research and live-saving treatments that are still multiplying. And today we are experiencing the start of the next revolution in health: open data.

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