Integrating Data: Daiichi, Takeda Join Lifestyle Project To Inform R&D
Industry Has Called For Initiatives
The data collected from wearable devices for a year will provide lifecycle data to a much long-termed study with various health data. The study will not only contribute to drug discovery and personalized healthcare by the firms in near future, but also suggests bigger goals by Japan’s healthcare industry.
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