A Personal Question
Can nanotechnology pick up where personalized medicine leaves off?
Claire Thompson |
Personalized, precision or stratified medicine – we can’t agree on what to call it but we all agree that we desperately need it. With even the most promising modern medicines showing therapeutic activity in only around 30 percent of the population (1), we need to get better at predicting, detecting and targeting diseases across populations.
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