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How paranoid should I be about my personal health care data privacy?

A recent Wall Street Journal article by Twila Brase suggests that anonymous medical data may not be so anonymous. This piqued my paranoia antenna. Her concern focuses on the new 21st Century Cures Act, which not only significantly increased funding for cancer research and opioid treatment programs, but also created “an ‘information commons’: a government-regulated pool of data accessible to all health researchers, regardless of… // Read More »

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