Precision Medicine For Cancer

The term "precision medicine" (also known as "personalized medicine") refers to a method of treating cancer that is unique to each patient. The DNA molecules, gene sequences, and specific genetic history of an individual play a significant role in precision medicine. A genetic error that causes cells to grow out of control and form tumors is what causes cancer. In order to use precision medicine to direct therapy, it is necessary to first understand a person's entire collection of DNA, generally known as their genome. The more specific therapy alternatives may be available, particularly if a person's disease stops responding to routine treatment, as more study is done on genetic sequencing and DNA analysis of cancer tumors.

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