Top PGx Reporter Stories of 2012 Highlight Increasing Challenges of Personalized Medicine Market | GenomeWeb

In 2012, PGx Reporter readers were most interested in stories that reflected the growing complexity of the personalized medicine market.

PGx Reporter's most read stories last year discussed incentives affecting adoption of molecular technologies; tracked the emerging regulatory framework for drug/test combination products; chronicled the changing landscape for gene patents; and followed how life sciences companies are changing their business strategies to focus more on developing products for individualized care.

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