Tag: precision medicine


Pilot Study to Target Sex-Based Differences in Alzheimer’s Disease

Plasma proteome analysis aimed at identifying candidate blood-based biomarkers in women

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April 27, 2023/Cancer/Genomics

Gene Expression Signature Predicts Patients’ Response to Cisplatin

Research enables precision medicine beyond patients with changed mutational status

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Unlocking Precision Medicine in RVO: When Anti-VEGF Therapy Isn’t Effective

Intraretinal fluid volumes and other features detectable with OCT may help predict treatment response


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December 14, 2022/Cancer/Research

Precision Medicine Approach Needed to Treat Subgroups of Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

Distinct molecular features found in five subtypes of disease

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August 8, 2022/Genomic Medicine

The Case for a Precision Medicine Approach to Training Epilepsy Clinicians

New Cleveland Clinic fellowship fosters expertise in the genetics of epilepsy

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New Collaboration Moves the Needle on Precision Medicine

Cleveland Clinic and PGDx employ liquid biopsy technology to enhance patient care and research

February 22, 2021/Geriatrics

In Search of Disease-Modifying Treatment for Alzheimer’s (Podcast)

An update on biomarkers and various therapies in development

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