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Predictive medicine: Genes indicate diseases before symptoms do

Madison, Wis. Since Hippocrates, born a few centuries before Christ, health care has focused on responding to symptoms of disease. Known as the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates was the first physician to observe and accurately describe disease symptoms.

Today, doctors still follow the same basic paradigm for healthcare, said William Clarke, executive v......

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He also compared burgeoning medical knowledge to the scientific process of crystal development. When does more information become less knowledge? he asked, underscoring what sometimes happens when a solution becomes super saturated and crystals do not form.

Clarke likened the new medical horizons to a tapestry, where diagnostics, research and discoveries become d......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Christine Javid 10/27/04


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