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recision medicine is on the rise, and for good reason: Many drugs on the market work for only a specific subset of patients, so there is an urgent need to better match patients and treatments.

The field is rife with opportunity, but also faces challenges, as highlighted in a new annual report from the Personalized Medicine Coalition. The number of precision medicine drugs is growing steadily:

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