Medscape June 17, 2022
Esther Samper, MD, PhD

Diversity is an omnipresent element in clinical practice: in the genome, in the environment, in patients’ lifestyles and habits. Precision medicine addresses the variability of the individual to improve diagnosis and treatment. It is increasingly used in specialties such as oncology, neurology, and cardiology. A personalized approach has many objectives, including to optimize treatment, minimize the risk of adverse effects, facilitate early diagnosis, and determine predisposition to disease. Genomic technologies, such as massive sequencing techniques, and tools such as CRISPR-Cas9, are key to the future of personalized medicine.

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