Will Precision Medicine work for me? Advances and Challenges in Cancer Research

Will Precision Medicine work for me? Advances and Challenges in Cancer Research

Publication date: Aug 27, 2019

Precision medicine is an emerging approach in cancer treatment and prevention. It is a shift away from a one-size-fits-all approach and requires sharing of information across research settings and community. Precision Medicine’s central principle revolves around the ability to identify personal gene characteristics and match them to specific treatment options. We are exploring advances and challenges of precision medicine in cancer care with Dr. Luke Gilbert and Dr. Eric Collisson of UCSFs Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.

This talk has been created by CureTalks.com, in association with UCSFs Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center to facilitate discussions for solutions, with a mission to heal the world through information and sharing of knowledge. At CureTalks we discuss groundbreaking medical research including a wide range of medical, health, and wellness issues, bringing together the doctors, researchers and patients on the same platform.

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