Revolutionizing Health Data Uptake: Sweden

Sweden exhibits a robust confidence level in its data infrastructure for Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) implementation. Despite less integration of sequenced genomic data into clinical records at cancer centers, the nation is progressing toward genomic data sharing within the industry.

Currently, Sweden allows data sharing among institutions for individual patient diagnosis but not on a population scale. However, the country is moving toward allowing genomic data inclusion in national registers. Sweden emphasizes the importance of sharing genomic research data for improving human health and translating research into practical applications.

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