Some experts say that clinical use of DNA analyses is the only way to keep our health care system affordable in the future. But unravelling ones DNA is a bit like trying to find spelling mistakes in a newspaper that has been shredded into billions of pieces. BlueBee is using supercomputing technology to put the pages back together so potential errors in DNA can be found faster than ever before. So specialists can – as one of the many implementations – match a cure for cancer to an individual’s genetic code.
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