Formation médicale 2011 - La médecine personnalisée est en marche … mais qui l’enseigne ?

Titre : Formation médicale 2011 - La médecine personnalisée est en marche … mais qui l’enseigne ?
Auteur : Jean-Michel Claverie (Marseille)
Résumé : Des progrès majeurs en biologie fondamentale, comme l’émergence de technologie de séquençage d’ADN massive à bas coûts ont créé de multiples opportunités de mieux adapter le diagnostic et les soins à la spécificité génomiques de chaque patient. Pas une semaine ne passe sans que de nouveaux gènes de prédis
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[Human Action (1949)]

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