Decoding cancer: hopes rise for a new age of precision medicine

Decoding cancer: hopes rise for a new age of precision medicine

Ever since scientists began decoding the human genome in 1990, doctors have predicted an age of “precision medicine” where patients are matched with drugs that target the specific genetic drivers of their disease.
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