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Personalized Medicine In 2010: Welcome To The Establishment

Executive Summary

Evidence of progress for molecular diagnostics and instrumentation, the mainstays of the personalized medicine toolkit, was considerable in 2010. Much of the activity centered on sequencing, although its general utility in clinical diagnostics has not yet been demonstrated and whether measurements of gene expression can form the basis for a plethora of molecular tests also remains an open question. In abbreviated form, we list some of the important dealmaking activities and trends of the year.

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