PM Coalition makes case for personalized medicine in report

June 2009
Diagnostics & Imaging Week;6/4/2009, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p1
The article focuses on the report "The Case for Personalized Medicine," issued by the Personalized Medical Coalition. The report traced the status of personalized medicine during the time when the nature and future healthcare are in the center of a political debate in the U.S. It described where the country has come and where it could go in relation to personalized medicine. A guide for the clinical applications of personalized medicine is also offered in the report.


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