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Genetic Medicine

todaySeptember 11, 2017

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According to researchers at Harvard University, people respond to medications differently. Genetic factors may determine the effectiveness of life-saving medications in individuals. Assistant professor at UNLV, Rhigel (Jay) A. Tan, joins us to talk about pharmacogenetics, the practice of individualizing prescription drugs based on genetics, and the importance of personalized medicine.

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