Pharmacogenomics' Global Failure | GenomeWeb

Pharmacogenomics has failed the global health community because it has not yielded new research that could be used to help treat people with rare, orphan, and tropical diseases in underdeveloped and developing countries, according to a new article in Global Public Health.

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