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On World Suicide Prevention Day, NBC’s Kate Snow takes a look at OurDataHelps, a project by a company called Qntfy that’s hoping to use data from social media and elsewhere to help prevent suicide. More than 3,000 people have volunteered their personal information to try to help the project identify patterns that could help save lives.