Clinical trials are key to developing new methods to detect, treat and prevent diseases. Researchers use these trials to determine whether treatments are safe, effective and better than current therapies. Genomic testing in clinical trials can help bring genome-targeted medicines to patients quicker than ever before. This method promises to tailor treatments to an individual’s disease and molecular make-up rather than through the trial-and-error process. The following article defines genomic testing and how it is currently used in clinical trials.
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