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Health IT Company Claims 47 Second Genome Analysis


October 8, 2012 | Health IT company NantHealth has introduced a supercomputing platform that it says can reduce the time required to analyze genomic data of a cancer patient from eight weeks to 47 seconds. The supercomputer-based high-speed fiber network was built thanks to collaborations with AT&T, Bank of America, Blue Shield of California, the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute for Advanced Health, Doctors Helping Doctors, Hewlett-Packard, Intel and the National LambdaRail. NantHealth is chaired by Patrick Soon-Shiong, the LA billionaire who last week announced plans for a "continuous learning center" to speed personalized medicine. eWeek
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