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The chances that, in a few years' time, people will be able to receive basic healthcare without interacting with a technology company became considerably smaller after recent announcements of two intriguing but not entirely unpredictable partnerships. One is between Alphabet, Google's parent company, and pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline.
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Silicon Valley was going to disrupt capitalism. Now it's enhancing it 
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The chances that, in a few years' time, people will be able to receive basic healthcare without interacting with a technology company became considerably smaller after recent announcements of two intriguing but not entirely unpredictable partnerships. One is between Alphabet, Google's parent company, and pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline.
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