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It's 2030, and precision medicine has changed health care – this is what it looks like

  • Written by Catriona McLean, Professor, Central Clinical School, Monash University
It's 2030, and precision medicine has changed health care – this is what it looks likeIn 2030, some diseases are defined more specifically than in the past with a focus on their molecular makeup. This is known as precision medicine.from shutterstock.com

This article is part of a package on precision medicine, where we explore genomic sequencing and what it means for better diagnosis and treatment of many conditions including cancer...



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