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Science gets personal

It might sound like science fiction, but being able to accurately predict and offer customised treatment for disease based on an individual’s genetic makeup, plus social and environmental factors, is well within reach, according to Professor Nikola Kasabov of AUT University.

It might sound like science fiction, but being able to accurately predict and offer customised treatment for disease based on an individual’s genetic makeup, plus social and environmental factors, is well within reach, according to Professor Nikola Kasabov of AUT University.

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