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What is precision medicine?

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Precision medicine is a modern medical paradigm that classifies individual patients more precisely based on genomic characteristics, clinical information, living environment and lifestyle factors, and provides optimal customized medical care leading to disease prevention, efficient diagnosis and targeted treatment.

precision medicine
precision medicine

The K-master project offers next-generation, tailored therapies that
are targeted to cancer cells, which do not affect healthy tissue.

The goal of genome-based cancer diagnosis and treatment development is to improve public health and
quality of life by applying precision medical care throughout all stages of cancer diagnosis and treatment.

precision medicine
precision medicine
precision medicine

The K-master project offers next-generation, tailored therapies that
are targeted to cancer cells, which do not affect healthy tissue.

The goal of genome-based cancer diagnosis and treatment development is to improve public health and
quality of life by applying precision medical care throughout all stages of cancer diagnosis and treatment.

precision medicine
precision medicine
precision medicine

The K-master project offers next-generation, tailored therapies that
are targeted to cancer cells, which do not affect healthy tissue.

The goal of genome-based cancer diagnosis and treatment development is to improve
public health and quality of life by applying precision medical care throughout all stages
of cancer diagnosis and treatment.

precision medicine
precision medicine
precision medicine

The K-master project offers next-generation, tailored therapies that are targeted to cancer cells, which do not affect healthy tissue.

The goal of genome-based cancer diagnosis and treatment development is to improve public health and quality of life by applying precision medical care throughout all stages of cancer diagnosis and treatment.

precision medicine