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Gene-based response to multiple sclerosis drug

"They found that when the patients were given the drug beta-interferon, there was a marked difference in the pattern of gene activity between the different patients. This could help the doctor to modify the dose or the treatment regime - opening the door to truly personalized prescribing."

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October 31, 2003 in research | Permalink