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Unlocking personal data through wearable technology and big data techniques could be a key component in the future of medicine, according to one of the pioneers in the area of personal data tracking.

8th December, 2013

Unlocking personal data through wearable technology and big data techniques could be a key component in the future of medicine, according to one of the pioneers in the area of personal data tracking.

Linda Avey, a co-founder of US start-ups Curious Inc and 23andMe, believes that harnessing the data of people's everyday lives could be useful both in improving public health and personalising medical treatment.

One of the major trends in technology during the past...

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