Personalized medicine for prostate cancer: Promise of the future

Personalized medicine is treatment specific for a patient based on his or her genetic makeup. It doesn’t involve designing a new drug or use of exclusive technology for each individual patient. Instead, with the knowledge of a patient’s genetic makeup, health researchers would like to use the best possible therapy from the array of technologies and drugs to cure them.

This concept virtually makes treating any disease a piece of cake. The reality, however, is quite different. Such a targeted approach will take many years before it begins to take effect.

View the original article here: Getting Personal with Cancer – The Buzz About Personalized Medicine For Prostate Cancer

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