Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls for the NHS to use state-of-the-art IT to digitise patient records and allow clinicians to harness the power of such valuable anonymised patient data to identify new treatments, effective new drugs and even repurposed drugs that can have major benefits for sufferers of rare or life-limiting diseases.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown leads an adjournment debate on funding for the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester and the decision by the Higher Education Funding Council for England to withdraw the university's eligibility to apply for institution specific funding which is given to specialist institutions in recognition of the particular costs associated with providing facilities for such specialist education.
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