Personalized medicine holds great opportunities

12/26/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Adoption of personalized medicine could "help take the guesswork out" of health care, resulting in reduced expenses as well as treatment decisions that are more accurate and effective, HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt and Harvard Medical School professor Raju Kucherlapati write. "The explosive growth of scientific discoveries at the molecular level, accompanied by advances in technology and analytical capabilities, bring the promise of greater precision and effectiveness in medicine," they write.

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