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What role can Precision Medicine play in improving patient outcomes?

Oct 13, 2016

What role can Precision Medicine play in encouraging greater engagement by patients and improving patient outcomes? Chronic diseases can be particularly difficult to manage, but a rapidly strengthening area of medicine, known as Precision or Individualized Medicine, means greater success in personalizing care plans and treating many major conditions.

For more information, contact the Weill Cornell Medicine experts directly.

Olivier Elemento, Ph.D. ole2001@med.cornell.edu 646-962-5726 Richard Isaacson, M.D. rii9004@med.cornell.edu 212-746-0226 David M. Nanus, M.D. dnanus@med.cornell.edu 212-746-4550 Margaret Elizabeth Ross, M.D. mer2005@med.cornell.edu 646-962-8277 Mark A. Rubin, M.D. rubinma@med.cornell.edu 646-962-6166 Linda T. Vahdat, M.D. ltv2001@med.cornell.edu 646-962-9888

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