A new partnership between two innovative companies is focused on making 3D-printed, personalized medications.
New research from Johns Hopkins Medicine may offer a potential treatment for some patients with ALS during a specific timeframe in the disease.
The majority of patients who chose to use the pretest educational video over meeting in person with a genetic counselor provided several reasons for doing so.
Using a gut-to-brain disease-seeding process, the researchers seek to learn more about Parkinson’s disease-linked fibrils that form in nerve cells in the intestines.
State governor says UAB’s precision medicine center will ‘stimulate major strides in science and medicine and serve as a wise investment with a great return.’
University of California, Irvine launches Institute for Precision Health, signaling increased academic emphasis on precision medicine.
Person-generated wearable device data may be usefu in precision medicine for the purpose of early intervention and personalized treatment of major depression.
This precision medicine development involves use of a specialized chip which provides genetic screening for heritable diseases in an area with unique population traits.
Emerging research that explores “intolerant” genes, the “dark genome,” and the value of doctors’ notes compared to genetic testing in diagnosing schizophrenia.
Stanford Medicine researchers have developed a precision medicine method for determining personalized doses of a drug used to treat tuberculosis.