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Medical College researcher working to make genetic-based medicine a reality

Wauwatosa, Wis. - Personalized medicine is a concept that appears a long way from becoming reality, but people in the know believe so-called genetic-based medicine is closer than we think.

In genetic-based medicine, personal genetic profiles will be used to identify the patient's predisposition to various diseases, and to develop disease management programs tailored to individual g......

Full article >>> archers have to discover variations that exist and how they impact drug metabolism and the transport of drugs.

By understanding how genetic variation impacts the drug transporter function, the medical community may be able to improve, and personalize, treatment strategies that include thiopurines.

Stephens' projects will attempt to identify and predict who will have a good respon......

Full article >>> pital of Wisconsin. The grant sets up a collaborative effort not only in Wisconsin but a national collaboration involving multi-center analysis.

The Medical College of Wisconsin, which is southeastern Wisconsin's largest academic research center, is becoming known for its collaborative study, in part because agencies that distribute federal grants are basing their granting decisions o......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 08/01/06


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