"Personalized medicine represents a better paradigm in medicine than one-size-fits-all, trial-and-error, which is what most medicine is."
The director of a groundbreaking research group at MIT helps design lifesaving devices that mold to the individual patient.
A company that wants to use CRISPR on humans says it will fail if insurance companies don’t cover its therapies.
Personalized cancer treatments could end the days of "scorched earth" medicine, and we just got closer with this disgusting bit of genius.
Personalized medicine will remain a (mostly unreliable) luxury item until analysis tactics improve.
Even highly accurate genetic sequences can have hundreds of thousands of errors—and it only takes a few.