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Personalized medicine, Stephen Fodor

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Interviewee: Stephen Fodor. Stephen Fodor personalized medicine.
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Well in the world of so-called personalized medicine, the opportunity there is that each of course has a different genome and what we'd like to understand is what are the differences in the genome among different individuals, and how does that correlate not only to human health and disease onset, but also to response to therapeutics.
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disease onset,gene expression,human health,genome,fodor,dna,medicine
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