For Personalization

A number of startup companies are working to change medicine from its "one-size-fits-all" ways to more tailored approaches, CNET reports.

"This is the future of medicine," says Massimo Cristofanilli from Northwestern University. "There is no turning back. The technology is available and there are already so many targeted therapies."

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