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Don: not likely to get patient data from Pubmed publications
<LeeF> (discussion of patient data, not obtainable from pubmed)
Don: Go the Hospitals and LMR and get the data from those folks
Vipul: Reporting tthat he has 1 dummy patient from a colleague
Don: Asks Vipul to send him a link for that data so that he can clean it up.
Rachel: Variation of Patient Data whith the way the terminology is being made
<ericP> apologies for tardiness
<ericP> SPARQL Published!
Vipul: Make a consistent choice for terminologies that are used... Map our patient data for our choice of terminology data
Rachel: We need to anticipate the variability ...
<ericP> moderators: vipul, ericP
Eric: The mailing list will be operational in 4 days
<JyotiPathak> Good bye!
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