Category Archives: Personalized Drugs and Testing

Neel V. Patel July 13, 2016 If you get sick here on Earth, there’s a pretty standard set of things you do to get a diagnosis. You can provide some blood, hop in an fMRI, pee in a cup, or get your throat cultured. Then it’s off to the pharmacy...
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By Jim Butschli, Editor A new PwC/Personalized Medicine Initiative Green Paper describes patient benefits. Meanwhile, Grand View Research predicts the global genomics market value to top US$22 billion by 2020. Read the entire article here: http://www.healthcarepackaging.com/trends-and-issues/personalized-medicine/whats-new-personalized-medicine...
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