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Personalized Medicine

Personalized medicine is a form of medicine that uses information about a person’s genes, proteins, and environment in order to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases. Specific information about a person’s tumor may be used in personalized medicine to help diagnose a cancer, plan treatment, find out the efficacy of treatment,

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Cure from the past: Phage Therapy

In today’s modern world, the human race is losing the arm race with antibiotics. Ubiquitous bacterial pathogens have been continuously evolving to resist antibiotics. Hospitals, particularly intensive care units, are an important breeding ground for antibiotic-resistant bacteria because of factors like - over the counter antibiotic use, patient overcrowding, fraudulent infection control

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