As gene-based therapies move from lab to clinic, how can business and government bridge the gap between availability and access?
Now personalized genetic medicine offers tests to avoid dangerous drug reactions—yet doctors are reluctant to use them
A massive biobank effort, first planned under the Obama administration, launches this week
Doctors shift toward personalized goals for glucose, cholesterol, and more
The dream of personalized cancer vaccines is not just feasible, but achievable
Modern technology could do a better job of picking up health problems before they get out of hand
Early attempts to tailor disease treatment to individuals based on their DNA have met with equivocal success, raising concerns about a push to scale up such efforts
Genetic testing can be used to personalize prescriptions and dosages.
The VA's four-year-old initiative includes thousands of DNA sequences along with a dose of privacy know-how
White House’s move to develop customized care prompts worries about data security and informed consent
Finding individual differences in tumors is key to treating the right patient with the right medicine at the right time, researchers say