Personalized Medicine Not Paying The Bills Yet; More Science Needed
Though the promise of personalized medicine has been widely touted, firms focusing on targeted therapies and companion diagnostics are not getting much bang for their buck - yet
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FDA took warfarin one step into the world of personalized medicine Aug. 16 with labeling changes that inform patients and doctors about the usefulness of genetic testing before beginning therapy with the blood thinner