Talking about a (healthcare) revolution: The digital age ushers in precision medicine

Dr Eric Topol

|Disclosures|January 25, 2012
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The digital age is revolutionizing the healthcare paradigm by replacing an archaic and wasteful population-based model with precision medicine. Technology now enables us to digitize the human being. Is the medical community flexible enough to accept change? What are your thoughts?

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Mirnezami R, Nicholson J, Darzi A. Preparing for precision medicine. N Engl J Med 2012; DOI:10.1056/NEJMp1114866. Available here. 

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Authors and Disclosures

Cardiologist, Dr Eric Topol, Editor-in-chief, and Director, Scripps Translational Science Institute, translates clinical research in cardiology to daily practice.
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