personalized medicine

Sequencing Gets Personal

Twist Bioscience introduces highly customizable sequencing panels, taking personalized diagnostics to the next level.

Predicting Drug Response With Precision

In another step towards personalized medicine, Singapore-based researchers have identified a biomarker that could predict which cancer patients respond best to treatment.

The Unique Genetics Of Diabetes In East Asians

Researchers have found 61 new genetic variants that are linked to type 2 diabetes in East Asians, which could help to personalize treatment for the chronic disease.

A Picture Of Health

Developments in digital technologies and approaches have transformed the healthcare industry and promoted self-management of one’s health. Let’s take a look at what has changed.

Embracing The Contact Sport Of Innovation

To truly harness the power of personalized medicine, we had to bring our technology out of the lab and into the marketplace. Here’s how we did it with KYAN Therapeutics.

Making Lung Cancer Immunotherapy More Personal

Patient responses could be better assessed by monitoring nivolumab binding to T-cells as well as the proliferation status of T-cells, researchers say.

AI Enables Personalized Treatment For Myeloma

A multidisciplinary team of researchers has developed an artificial intelligence platform that could enable doctors to prescribe personalized treatments for myeloma patients.

Cautiously Optimistic About Immunotherapies

You may have read about some amazing immunotherapy cures, but for every anecdotal success there have been many more experimental failures.

Avatars For Personalized Cancer Treatment

Researchers have grown micro-tumor models using patients’ cancer cells to identify more effective treatments for drug-resistant tumors.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Nethia Mohana Kumaran

Dr. Nethia Mohana Kumaran dreams of a future where cancer is treated according to its mutations, using targeted therapy rather than a ‘one-size-fits-all’ strategy.