Vanderbilt's PREDICT Program Adds PGx Testing for Transplant Rejection Drug | GenomeWeb

Originally published Sept. 10.

Since adding a new immunosuppressive drug, called tacrolimus, to its pharmacogenetics program earlier this year, Vanderbilt University's doctors have used the school's electronic medical records to identify several thousand patients who harbor gene variations that compromise their ability to respond to this treatment and place them at risk for organ transplant rejection.

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