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An invaluable resource to the rapidly emerging field of pharmacogenomics—complete with case studies, clinical pearls, and treatment recommendations
The aim of pharmacogenomics is to improve personalized medicine by taking into account how genes affect an individual’s tolerability and response to drugs. Approaching pharmacogenomics from the current clinical, scientific, and implementation perspectives, this guide serves as an invaluable evidence-based resource to the subject. Reflecting the shift from genetics to genomics in the pharmaceutical sphere, the book covers pharmacogenomics fundamentals; genotyping tests and evidence; clinical implementation; ethical, legal, and social issues; and more. You’ll also find illuminating case scenarios, clinical pearls, and evidence-based recommendations for treatments and alternatives based on CPIC, PharmGKB, and FDA guidelines.
1. Introduction and Fundamentals of Pharmacogenomics
2 Implementation: A Guide to Implementing Pharmacogenomics Services
3 Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Pharmacogenomics