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ROCHESTER, Minn. – Precision or individualized medicine is at the core of a major White House initiative. It is a major focus of the National Institutes of Health. It is changing medical practice on a daily basis.
Beginning on September 20th, Mayo Clinic will be helping health care providers understand the new tools offered by genomic medicine and how those offerings are helping patients today. Dozens of experts will be on hand in the only annual conference of its kind. More than 800 took part in 2014. This year there are more stories to be told and results explained, from cancer treatments to mystery diagnoses to safer, more accurate medicines. More than 120 speakers will cover all aspects of this transformational field in the four days.
The conference kicks off Sunday afternoon with an overview of medical genomics aimed at the general public, Individualized Medicine in Health Care: What Does it Mean for Me?
Moderator: Broadcast journalist and on air host Cathy Wurzer of Minnesota Public Radio
WHO: Host A. Keith Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., director, Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine
WHAT: Individualizing Medicine 2015
WHERE: Rochester Mayo Civic Center
WHEN: September 20-23
MEDIA CONTACT: For interview opportunities or conference attendance, please contact Bob Nellis at 507-284-5005 or email@example.com.
About Mayo Clinic
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