Storing cancer data in the ‘cloud’

Storing music and photos on distant computers via “cloud” technology is nothing new. But Johns Hopkins researchers are now using this tactic to collect detailed information from thousands of cancer cell samples. The goal is to help doctors make better predictions about how a patient’s illness will progress and what type of treatment will be most effective.

View the original article here: Cancer Data in the ‘Cloud’ Could Lead to More Effective Treatment

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