Personalized Medicine 8.0:
Genetic Screening & Predictive Medicine

Thursday 28 May 2015

8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.


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South San Francisco
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Personalized medicine seeks to use genetic variation to develop new diagnostic tests and treatments and to identify the sub-groups of patients for whom they will work best. This approach can also help determine which groups of patients are more prone to developing some diseases and, ideally, help with the selection of lifestyle changes and/or treatments that can delay onset of disease or reduce its impact. In our eighth annual conference, we investigate the exciting and controversial area of genetic screening and its implications for the early diagnosis of rare disease, and for prediction of disorders that may not manifest themselves for decades after diagnosis. The prospect of a broad genetic profile, perhaps including the entire DNA sequence of a newborn child, provides the ultimate in predictive and preventive medicine. But is it possible to know too much? Stay abreast of this crucial field in science, business and medicine.

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Harvesting the fruits of molecular genetics
for a Third Millennium medicine
Unleashing the power of preventive medicine
Stratifying human disease

Personalized Medicine — The Time is Now


We are happy to accommodate persons
with special access requirements.
Please contact Arlene Essex at 415.405.4107

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