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Mayo Clinic Minute: Pharmacogenomics is individualizing medicine

Pharmacogenomics is a big term that describes what is a giant leap forward in medicine: using a person’s genetic makeup in prescribing drug treatments that are most likely to be successful. “We all have variants in some genes that will alter drug response,” says Dr. Richard Weinshilboum, director of the Pharmacogenomics Program at Mayo Clinic’s Center for […]
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