Science is harvesting more and more information about the human population, and individual patients specifically. Medicine is understanding the roles of genomics and the environment in a patient’s medical history. Yet translating this data to practice has proved difficult. The fundamental question for a physician is still: will this treatment work for my patient?
How can the wealth of medical information be factored into patient medical records and into everyday care — more quickly, more usefully and more completely?
How can insights into individual patients — gleaned from in vitro and in vivo diagnostic tests — allow us to zero in on targeted therapies?
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