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Early Returns From the Era of Precision Medicine
JAMA ( IF 51.273 ) Pub Date : 2020-01-14 , DOI: 10.1001/jama.2019.20659
David M. Cutler

The era of precision medicine has arrived. A large share of new pharmaceuticals are tested and approved on the basis of biomarkers. Pharmacogenetics—the tailoring of drugs to patients based on 1 or more biomarkers—is used in conditions as diverse as HIV and thromboembolism. Precision medicine raises hopes for patients and fears for those who try to ride herd on health care spending. Will patients finally live longer and healthier lives? Will society be able to afford it? Surprisingly, at this point, personalized medicine has had less effect on both health and medical spending than either its strongest backers hoped or its most apprehensive actuaries feared. Oncology has been the primary focus of precision medicine. One recent analysis by the IQVIA Institute found that 97 new anticancer medications have been approved since 2011. A 2018 study published in JAMA Oncology found that 31 genome-targeted or genome-informed anticancer drugs were in use as of January 2018.
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