Protecting Privacy While Optimizing the Use of (Health)Data: The Importance of Measures and Safeguards

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (7):79-81 (2022)
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The possibilities for collecting, storing, and processing of data have increased significantly over the last decades. It has been argued that an increasing demand for health data will de...

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