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Phase I in the Age of Precision Medicine and Patient Diversity

As clinical research evolves and becomes more refined, the industry is coming to acknowledge a simple truth: that everyone is different. A drug that works wonders for one individual may have little to no effect on, or even be detrimental to, another. Alternatively, the discovery that a treatment is ineffective or dangerous in a small group of clinical trial patients…


Precision Medicine Through Technology

A number of trends may explain the enthusiasm toward precision medicine in healthcare today. Approaches to clinical trials and doctor-patient relationships are becoming increasingly user-centric. Advances in medical science have shown how to divide populations into treatment subgroups based on certain characteristics. These characteristics are often genetic in nature; precision medicine usually means identifying patient groups based on predispositions to…