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IBM Forms Health Company, Forges Partnerships With Apple, J&J, And Medtronic

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Computing giant IBM has become the latest tech company to move into the health care space, setting up a dedicated business unit, IBM Watson Health, and signing up a slew of big-hitting partners.

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