Why Aren t MDs Employing PGx Yet? New Study Aims at Finding Answers | GenomeWeb

How well do physicians understand pharmacogenomics? And what is the likelihood that physicians will use these technologies in their clinical practice?

A small team of researchers in the United Kingdom will soon set out to learn the answers to these questions. The current state of pharmacogenomics education at medical schools in the United States and Europe, and thus the use of pharmacogenomics technologies among physicians, means the team will have its work cut out for it.

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