Even Still, It's Only a Test | GenomeWeb

A challenge to the field of pharmacogenomics has been applying genetic tests meaningfully in the clinic. At The Corpus Callosum, a clinician blogs about the recent news that Neuromark has developed a genetic test to identify patients with increased susceptibility for suicide after starting taking an antidepressant.

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