Precision Medicine: Genomics, Data analysis and Big Data Management

The success in precision medicine is dependent on how to access to healthcare and biomedical data. Delivering the right therapy—specifically tailored for a patient at the right time—is an utmost requiremet which we comprehend how individuals differ in their disease course and response to treatment. Fortunately, we can take advantage from the current development in the field of  genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and epigenomic data, which offers the potential to truly comprehend the mechanisms of individual response at the molecular stage, and in turn these discoveries into therapies that can be precisely delivered to those patients who will benefit from them.1,000 Genomes Project  and The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA; containing cancer genomic and clinical data from more than 11,000 patients) have advanced our understanding of the genomics of different populations and the causes of cancer, informing target identification, biomarker discovery, and the development of personalized therapeutics.

 

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