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Gene profile and response to treatment, Stephen Fodor

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Interviewee: Stephen Fodor. Stephen Fodor talks about how an individual's gene expression profile can help determine what therapies might work best. (DNAi Location: Applications > Genes and medicine > Genetic profiling > Stephen Fodor > Gene profile and therapy)
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Now at the same time we're beginning to understand some of the signatures that we may see. For example, if we look at a breast cancer sample and we understand that a particular expression profile responds to one treatment and a different expression profile responds to a different treatment, then of course we can start to get into this area of therapeutic monitoring.
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gene expression profile,stephen fodor,genetic profiling,dnai,location applications,cancer gene,breast cancer,interviewee,genome,genes,signatures,dna,medicine
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