The University of Michigan has launched a precision health initiative that will leverage big data and machine learning to discover the genetic, lifestyle and environmental factors for improving healthcare and personalizing medicine.

“Precision health brings together genomics with other big data. It involves taking millions of data points to understand what factors influence an individual’s health and wellness,” a University of Michigan announcement notes. “Researchers then apply that knowledge to make specific, personalized recommendations for prevention, diagnosis and treatment.”

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