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Differences between indolent and aggressive forms of prostate cancer have been identified based on patterns of DNA methylation according to researchers Lerner Research Institute of the Cleveland Clinic.
Charis Eng, MD, PhD, Chair and Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Genomic Medicine Institute, shares her views on genetics-related Top 10 Innovations.
Recording patients’ family medical history and including it in their medical record is important in prevention, risk reduction and early detection of disease.
As key members of the Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare, genetic counselors translate complicated data into information patients can readily understand.
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Cleveland Clinic physicians and scientists release annual Top 10 innovations list, including faster methods of creating vaccines, a process for rewriting genetic code and a water purification system for the developing world.
In just the past decade or two, healthcare has undergone tremendous change. We don’t expect it to let up. The change will continue, and it has forced us to rethink the way that we educate the next generation of doctors.
Precision medicine matches a tumor’s unique genetic information with a targeted therapeutic and can be highly effective — provided the therapy is available. Often it isn’t.
Many patients with glioblastoma or meningioma at Cleveland Clinic are now offered genomic profiling of their tumors. Here’s why, along with a glimpse of where the practice is taking brain tumor therapy.