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A Personal Question

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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About the Author

Claire Thompson

When Claire was five years old, her father taught her how to play football. He said, “The difference between an average footballer and an exceptional footballer is their ability to look up. They know where the ball is - they look up to see where the opposition is and pick out the next pass.” Claire has applied this advice throughout not only her football career (where she played at international level), but also in business. She now fast tracks nanotechnologies into products and profits, advising investors on how to pick the winning assets; innovators on looking up from the bench and getting to clinic or market; and large corporations on strategic acquisitions and entering new markets. Claire has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of St. Andrews and a PhD from the School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham.

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