This applies to data on biological (genetic), psychological, lifestyle and social factors. New bioinformatic approaches (e.g. Google Health) have the potential to revolutionise the way that medical data are stored and transferred; however, they are not available to benefit specific sub-groups (e.g. children) with a chronic disease such as diabetes.

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