Mayo Clinic's medical records database growing
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Mayo Clinic's treasure trove of medical records is getting even bigger.
Since 1966, Mayo has collected as many records as possible from Olmsted County and used them to generate important studies that help save lives. The Rochester Epidemiology Project now holds close to 600,000 medical records.
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