Precision medicine: past, present and future
Diagnostic imaging, genomic and proteomic analyses are only some of the main sectors of research that are focused on fulfilling the ultimate goal of precision medicine: administer the right treatment to the right patient at the right time.
But how is the medical imaging evolving thanks to this ultimate attention to the patient?
Technical innovations, such as in vitro and vivo diagnostics, even if operate in two different onsets, are looking into the human body and retrieving information extremely relevant for the medical decision-making process, helping the evolution of personalised and targeted medicine. The era of “4P” medicine is already here: unstoppable and unavoidable!
Personalised medicine, Precision diagnostics, Innovations
Gabriel Krestin, Emeritus Prof. of Radiology at Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam.
Francesco Blasi, Early Stage Innovation Manager at Bracco.
Lucy Costantino, Head of the Department of Molecular Genetics and Cytogenetics at CDI Centro Diagnostico Italiano S.p.A.
Luisa Poggi, R&D Program Manager at Bracco.
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