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Not Convinced

In the Financial Times, a Glasgow general practitioner writes that the theory of personalized medicine is "nice" but that she doesn't "buy it." The GP, Margaret McCartney, says that "most genetic information does not give us clear-cut answers" as genes don't work in isolation from environment and that there is a lack of treatment, personalized or not, for many diseases.

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