A Personal(ized) Choice
Does precision medicine really make a difference in cancer care? Results of a recent study say it does
Michael Schubert |
Precision medicine grabs a lot of headlines these days – new tests, new diseases, and new ways of personalizing treatment to individual patients. But with therapies and technologies advancing daily, sometimes it’s hard to see the wood for the trees. The University of Michigan School of Nursing’s Christopher Friese asked a simple question often overlooked: “Is precision medicine actually helping?”
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