What If I Told You...The Cloud Can Help Cure Cancer

A powerful combination of technological and scientific advancements is expanding the realm of possibility in cancer care.

Goldman Sachs Research's Isaac Ro explains how the decline in cloud storage and genomic sequencing costs – along with a better understanding of cancer at the DNA-level — is enabling more personalized, data-driven treatment. “You can now sequence the entire human genome for less than $1,000…. [And] cloud computing costs are coming down at 20 to 30 percent a year, making the storage and analysis of this data incredibly feasible," says Ro.

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