Researchers believe their findings could provide new insights into personalized medicine and treatments for specific disorders.
A new study identifies a possible genetic mechanism that causes a quicker progression of multiple sclerosis. The absence of Tob1 in CD4+ T cells is key to early onset of a more aggressive form of MS.
People with drug dependencies who are least likely to take the future into account could be the ones who benefit most from certain treatments, a new study reports.
Researchers report they have discovered how genetic cancer mutations attack networks controlling human cells.
New findings about the brain's anatomy could lead to personalized medicine approaches for diagnosing and treating neurological disorders.
A new study aims to help identify how to match personalized medicine to achieve the best outcomes for recovering in TBI patients.
Researchers report the results of MRI scans and psychological testing show marked improvements in memory for ten Alzheimer's patients following treatments with programmatic and personalized therapy.
A new study suggests the source of human cells used to generate new tissue may be an important consideration in personalized medicine.
Researchers have developed a computational model which can more accurately predict when the next epileptic seizure will occur by using a patient's personalized medical information.