immunotherapy

The more researchers know about how different therapies work and for whom they work, the faster they can make progress in finding treatments, said Dr. William Nelson, director of Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center during a panel discussion on March 8 about precision medicine moderated by The Washington Post’s Laurie McGinley. The discussion was part of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s On the Road to Precision Medicine Health Care Leader Series , which explores topics of cost, communication, research, and health care delivery in relation to precision medicine. Regarding concerns that the drug approval process is too lengthy, Nelson said that the efficiency achieved by focusing on creating targeted...

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Brenda Canine, PhD; McLaughlin Research Institute, Montana