Precision Medicine

Recurrence score testing was associated with lower costs among high-risk cancer patients.
The partnership aims to bridge the gap between DTC testing and medical-grade genetic testing.
It could be possible to identify infectious diseases using a smartphone, according to a new study.
A revised guidance aims to modernize clinical trials and ensure the safety and efficacy of novel treatments.
Heritable genome editing is said to be too unpredictable, unsafe and unnecessary. 
The health and genetics data available for use could lead to more scientific breakthroughs that can improve health outcomes. 
After the resignation of FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Data Book examines agency history & welcomes Duke Law’s Arti Rai to discuss its digital health future.
Ad: How automated data delivery to the point of care is improving physician workflow, patient outcomes and hospital revenues.
 
With the new data, researchers could begin developing better treatments for a range of diseases.
Clinical whole genome sequencing can reduce unresolved chronic genetic disease cases. But the technology has to be used properly. 

The Inside Digital Health Precision Medicine page serves as a source of all the latest information, with articles covering approaches to care that permit physicians to treat their patients based on specific genetic data. Here, readers will find news from conferences and annual meetings pertaining to precision medicine, including pivotal coverage right from the floor.

Among its other resources are in-depth articles and a wealth of videos, including interviews with thought leaders and experts in the space, and moderated panel discussions about genomic data, the best practices and key methods for treating complex cases, utilizing the newest therapies, examining the issues and challenges of implementing technology into healthcare, and more.

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