Personalized Medicine: How can We Make It Easy?
Personalized medicine is a revolutionary concept that would allow doctors to tailor treatments to each patient. But it relies on doctors having all the right information available to them. Director of the National Institutes of Health and former leader of the Human Genome Project Francis Collins punctuates the importance of having not only the genetic information of a patient, but the infrastructure to allow physicians to access that data easily.
Image courtesy of Adrian Clark; Recorded June 2010; Posted April 2011