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South Korean Government Turns to Blockchain Tech to More Securely Store Clinical Diabetes Data


The South Korean government wants to develop a blockchain registry to help analyze, anonymize and store clinical data for diabetes. Blockchain startup Sendsquare has been selected by the government to develop a proof-of-concept project for the nation, which has around 3.6 million people with diabetes, the company announced on Friday. The startup will team with clinical experts and practitioners from Seoul’s KyungHee University Medical Center to begin analyzing nine years-worth of diabetes clinical data previously collected by the center. “Storing and collaborating work across a large volume of data using centralized services has proven unwieldy and subject to issues of data loss, duplication and manipulation,” according to KyungHee Medical Center’s Professor Suk Chon. Read More...



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