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"digital health" oncology

Lon R Cardon, Tim Harris
The hope for precision medicine has long been on the drug discovery horizon, well before the Human Genome Project gave it promise at the turn of the 21st century. In oncology, the concept has finally been realized and is now firmly embedded in ongoing drug discovery programs, and with many recent therapies involving some level of patient/disease stratification, including some highly personalized treatments. In addition, several drugs for rare diseases have been recently approved or are in late-stage clinical development, and new delivery modalities in cell and gene therapy and oligonucleotide approaches are yielding exciting new medicines for rare diseases of unmet need...
August 18, 2016: Human Molecular Genetics
Peter Paul Yu
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July 2014: Journal of Oncology Practice
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