Precision Medicine

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A new deal between Adventist Health and CancerIQ will make it easier for physicians to identify patients with increased genetic risk of cancer.
The frequency of genomic variants associated with specific diseases can differ from one population to another.
The collaboration could give patients more control over their health and accelerate the discovery of new therapies.
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The company aims to improve precision medicine and its effects on patients.

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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