Precision Medicine for CLL

Jennifer Brown, MD, PhD

Video Categories: Personalized Medicine

Dr. Jennifer R. Brown deliberates on the state of personalized medicine in relation to CLL. She explains that the targeted drugs currently used for CLL actually work for most patients, rather than just a subgroup. Also, CLL therapies are now generally in pill form and well tolerated with few side effects.
March 24, 2015

In Pursuit of Targeted Therapies

As we learn more about a person’s genetic makeup, the more we are able to target medicines to his/her needs and benefit. With continued research, Dr. Stainthorpe explains, we will be able to identify markers that allow us to target medicines more precisely to get better performance and reduce waste.

November 24, 2014

How to Better Establish Clinical Utility for Tests in Personalized Medicine

Dr. Gary Palmer discusses the different profile of tumors and how to make findings as general as possible to better treat the patient.