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EPFL software to enable secure data-sharing for hospitals

The MedCo system aims to facilitate medical research on pathologies — such as cancer and infectious diseases — by enabling secure computations on decentralized data. The unique software has recently been deployed at three Swiss hospitals.

02 April 2020, EPFL News

“The opportunity to query decentralized databases securely, while eliminating the possibility of identifying patients, is an important lever for accelerating university clinical research…Read more >>> 

 

 

Revealed: how drugs giants can access your health records

Experts say information sold on by Department of Health and Social Care can be traced back to individual medical records

08 February 2020, The Guardian

The Department of Health and Social Care has been selling the medical data of millions of NHS patients to American and other international drugs companies having misled the public…Read more >>>