Overview of Precision Medicine

Precision medicine is a tailored method to patient care that permits clinicians to select treatments that are most likely to help patients based on a genetic understanding of their disease. This approach will permit specialists and researchers to calculate more precisely which treatment and prevention approaches for a specific syndrome will work in which groups of people. The short-term objectives include advancement of precision medicine in the area of cancer study. Experts at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) hope to use an improved understanding of the genetics and biology of cancer to find novel, more effective treatments for different forms of this disease. The long-term objectives of the Precision Medicine.Initiative emphasis on bringing precision medicine to all areas of health and healthcare on a large scale.


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