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Computer program could ‘revolutionise the world’s healthcare’

 “A massive network of computer programs co-created by University of Manchester scientists could revolutionise healthcare around the world, saving countless lives and billions of pounds. Working with a number of partners, the academics have been awarded funds from a huge European research programme to create “virtual patients” – computational models of individual people – which could lead to everyone having their own individually-tailored health system based on their genetic and physiological make-up. Under the system, doctors would be able to have an instant, in-depth knowledge of an individual patient’s health needs and medical history at their fingertips.” Read more at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/news/display/?id=7265
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