Maybe Not High-Tech, But It Gets the Grants Funded | GenomeWeb

In case you've just been nodding along like Bayblab's Bayman when people start mentioning personalized medicine, Bayman did some Googling for you. He found a definition from Andy De that says that "Personalized Medicine means knowing what works, knowing why it works, knowing who it works for and applying the knowledge for patients." To which Bayman responds, "That doesn't sound very high-tech to me.

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