Personalised medicine: the dream and the reality

Marc Beishon

Recent years have seen a scramble to identify the genetic variance that predisposes or protects against certain cancers and the tumour gene signatures that could indicate which therapies will work and which won’t. A picture is now emerging of an infinitely complex field that is unlikely ever to live up to the high hopes of some scientists, but is certainly confounding the sceptics.

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