Personalised medicine addresses the way in which outcomes (both efficacy and safety) can be improved manyfold by working on an individual or smaller group/cohort scale.
Equipped with tools that generate more precise patient data, physicians can select a therapy or treatment protocol based on a patient’s specific (genetic, physical, etc) profile that may not only minimise harmful side-effects and ensure a more successful outcome but can also help contain costs when compared with a “broad trial-and-error” approach to disease treatment.
The personalised medicine subthemes are:
• Supportive technologies to improve patient stratification in selection of treatments
• Merge technologies to support approval of personalised Cell & Gene therapies
• Realise more patient specific manufacturing & logistics
• Build optimised implants, surgical tools, exoskeletons,