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Clear evidence of the benefits of LLMs must be measured before they can be used on a large scale Cruelly in routine healthcare and medicine - whether by individuals, care providers or health system administrators and policy-makers.

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The WHO's guidance on the ethics and governance of AI for health, released in June 2021, emphasizes the importance of applying ethical principles and appropriate governance when designing, developing, and deploying AI for health.