Author(s): Vail Jane Issue: Jan/Feb 2007 - medicine Patients View All Articles in Issue Abstract: “The right dose of the precise drug for the right communication for the right patient at the right time.” In those words, Dr. Felix Frueh captured the essence of pharmacogenomics and the end of all compounding pharmacists. Pharmacogenomics provides the tools for prescribing personalized ingest therapy that will improve artistic style outcomes, decrease the incidence of drug-related untoward effects, and ultimately reduce the price of medical care.
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While we don't yet know whether prescription drugs played a role in the Sandy Hook uncomplicated shooting, the bad luck in Newtown, Connecticut has justifiedly forced a new public word on how to confront vehemence and ensure the safety of our children. Politicians will beyond any doubt debate the encroachment of video games, movies, guns, family values or prayer in public schools on the recent violence. But in the aftermath of this grievous shooting, many are as well challenging old assumptions about moral disorders and the drugs that treat them.
Trial and Error in Medicine | Hopkins inHealth
In "Bad Medicine, Part 1: The Story of 98.6," Freakonomics Radio tackles the historical effort and mistake approach to medicine and the advent of the current evidence-based focus.