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We are not going to focus on the financials today, but there are a lot of data that say personalized medicine and accurate diagnosis reduce, not increase, costs.
This could be a very important advance in the study of personalized medicine," says Richard Cote, a cancer researcher at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
In the future, personalized medicine, also known as pharmacogenomics, will enable doctors to prescribe drugs based on an individual's genetic makeup.
While Jones and others marketing new drug treatments see a big future in personalized medicines, those in the medical community who remain skeptical of ethnic drugs say long-term research will be the true determinant.
DxS is an established genotyping services company providing pharmaceutical, biotechnology and clinical research companies with rapid and reliable pharmacogenetic analysis to support drug discovery, clinical development and personalized medicine.
Researchers in regenerative medicine, other medical specialties, and physical sciences describe how mathematical models of human organs are being combined on computer chips to simulate entire bodies, and how this could lead to personalized medicine.
Chapter 3 provides a review of the leading personalized medicine in oncology deals since 2007.
A report by the Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC) documents the growth of commercially available personalized medicine products from 13 in 2006 to 72 today and examines opportunities for continued development and adoption of such therapies.
Specialists mostly in cancer, but also other medical fields, presented information at the workshop on the current state of personalized medicine in oncology, and the technical, regulatory, and reimbursement challenges it poses.
The agency's current structure of discrete review centers impedes a unified regulatory approach to the emerging treatment paradigm, C-Path Institute President Raymond Woosley said at the Personalized Medicine Coalition's conference on personalized and evidence-based care Sept.
Following similar legislation introduced last session, Senator Obama has now introduced the Genomics and Personalized Medicine Act of 2007, S 976, co-sponsored by Richard Burr (R-NC).
The science behind this personalized medicine is called pharmacogenetics.

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