Big data is quickly becoming an essential part of modern medical research. While claiming that big data can “cure” cancer or other serious diseases may be bit of an overstep, big data is a vital part of the research and discovery process, and recent advances will make it more important in the years ahead.

In fact, McKinsey estimates that big data will create $100 billion worth of value in the U.S. healthcare system alone.

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