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 March 13, 2015  Business, Healthcare

Laura Northrup writes:

Earlier this week, Apple announced HeathKit (sic), an open-source software framework to help medical researchers use iPhones to gather data for medical research. This raised some concerns about researchers’ plans to share data collected from the apps, as well as consent and privacy. Now Apple has revised their App Store guidelines before the kit launches, but is that enough to keep study participants informed and safe?

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