New NHS patient data store delayed by two monthson June 8, 2021 at 1:30 pm

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The creation of a central store of data from GP records in England had been due to start on 1 July.

Speaking to the BBC’s Politics Live programme, Caroline Cake, chief executive of Health Data Research UK, said using data during the pandemic had helped find new Covid treatments and provide information on the impact of vaccines.

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