E-patient on a quest for his own data

Hugo Campos, who is implanted with a cardioverter defibrillator, is on a mission to collect all the data he can--on himself. The information collected by his device currently is sent either to the device's manufacturer or his doctor; he wants to be able to see the data to take control of his health, reports the San Jose Mercury News. "It's mine," Campos told the newspaper. "I have a right to my own damn data." Article

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