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Data donation

Every single person should have the opportunity to donate their data and contribute to the healing of diseases. Donating health data generated by smartwatches or collected at doctor's visits can help researchers draw conclusions about diseases and develop better treatments. These articles discuss the future of data donation, ethical aspects to be considered, and primary actors in the field.
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Data donation: better health and quality of life for all

  • Coronavirus
  • Data donation

People in the United States are ready to support medical research by donating their health data. In Germany, this shift in public opinion is yet to come.

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