Items Tagged ‘medical research’

June 7, 2018

The Human Genome Experience – Discover, eNgage, leArn

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Are you at risk for developing a hereditary cancer or rare disease? Do you have genetic factors that may affect the way you respond to certain medications? These are just some of the ways genetics may impact your health. Come learn about the genome – the complete set of instructions that help your body grow […]

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Tags: #Abraham Lincoln's DNA and Other Adventures, #Beyond the Diagnosis, #Genetic diseases, #genetic traits, #Genome exhibit, #Genome: Unlocking Life's Code, #medical education, #National Genome Research Institute, #Positive Exposure - The Spirit of Difference, #Rochester Art Center, #Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, #The Story Within


June 4, 2018

Banking on Improved Health

By Susan Buckles susanbuckles

Article by Barbara Toman Just as money in the bank boosts your financial well-being, biobanks have the power to impact your health. Think of biobank samples as assets that researchers can draw upon to improve disease treatments. One such withdrawal from the Mayo Clinic Biobank yielded a key breakthrough in diabetes research. Adrian Vella, M.D., […]

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Tags: #All of Us Research Program biobank, #Mayo Clinic Biobank, All of Us Research Program, Diabetes research, Dr. Adrian Vella, Dr. Stephen Thibodeau, Genomic Research, Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, medical research


May 22, 2018

The latest advances in cancer care: from genomics to immunotherapy

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Precision medicine is helping identify new, individualized therapies for many different types of cancer, especially for patients whose tumors do not respond to standard therapy. There are many new discoveries on the horizon that offer new therapies for those who have exhausted all other options in cancer care. This year’s Individualizing Medicine Conference: Advancing Care […]

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Tags: #acute lymphocytic leukemia, #B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, #CAR T-cell therapy, #Dr. Michael Berger, #Dr. Yi Lin, #gene panel tests, #Genomics research, #individualized therapies, #Individualizing Medicine 2018: Advancing Care Through Genomics, #Memorial Sloan Kettering, #MSK-IMPACT, center for individualized medicine


May 1, 2018

Mayo Clinic joins NIH in launching All of Us Research Program

By Colette Gallagher colettegallagher

On May 6, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will open national enrollment for the All of Us Research Program to accelerate health research and medical breakthroughs, enabling individualized prevention, treatment, and care for all of us. The program will partner with 1 million or more people across the U.S. to build the most diverse biomedical data […]

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Tags: #All of Us, #All of Us Research Program biobank, All of Us Research Program, mayo clinic, Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, medical research


April 10, 2018

Celebrating 15 years of advances in genomics: a time to reflect and look forward

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

DNA sequencing and genetic testing have changed medical practice by speeding diagnosis of rare diseases for which patients have visited many different medical providers in search of answers, offering new options in prenatal testing and ushering in a new era of individualized medicine. Genomics moved to the forefront of several areas of medicine after completion […]

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Tags: #15 for 15 Celebration, #cell-free DNA testing, #CIMCon18, #DNA sequencing tests, #Dr. Megan Allyse, #Dr. Myra Wick, #expanded carrier screening, #prenatal testing, #rare and undiagnosed diseases, #rare diseases, #rare genetic diseases, #reproductive health


April 3, 2018

Registration opens for Individualizing Medicine 2018 Conference

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Gene editing, artificial intelligence, pharmacogenomics and a new era of genomic testing to identify and hopefully treat inherited cancer are just a few of the emerging areas of precision medicine that have the potential to transform patient care. These are among the hot topics in precision medicine experts from Mayo Clinic and around the world […]

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Tags: #Artificial Intelligence, #CIMCon18, #Dr. Eric Green, #Dr. Heidi Rehm, #genomic testing, #Individualizing Medicine Conference: Advancing Care Through Genomics, #personalized diet, #prenatal testing, #rare and undiagnosed diseases, center for individualized medicine, Dr. Timothy Curry, gene editing


March 20, 2018

Mayo’s RIGHT 10K – moving pharmacogenomics into everyday clinical practice

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

After nearly half a century of research, Mayo Clinic is a leader in moving pharmacogenomics into clinical practice. This year pharmacogenomics test results for 10,000 Mayo Clinic patients, all participants in the RIGHT 10K study, are being added to the electronic health record. “I’ve spent my career exploring pharmacogenomics – how a person’s genetics affect […]

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Tags: #CIMCon18, #DNA sequencing tests, #Dr. Paul Takahashi, #drug-gene interactions, #pharmacogenomic testing, #RIGHT 10K, center for individualized medicine, DNA, Dr. Richard Weinshilboum, genomics, mayo clinic, medical research


February 27, 2018

Pharmacogenomic testing helps children with acid reflux disease find relief

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Many people have occasional acid reflux or heartburn after eating a heavy or spicy meal. But for children and adults with acid reflux disease, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the symptoms are more frequent and severe. These patients often experience vomiting, diarrhea and persistent burning in their stomach after eating. Many also experience […]

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Tags: #acid reflux disease, #anti-acid therapy, #Clinomics Program, #Dr. Imad Absah, #gastroesophageal reflux disease, #GERD, #PGx pilot study, #PGx testing, #pharmacogenomic testing, center for individualized medicine, DNA Testing, Genetic Testing


February 13, 2018

New international practice guidelines for using tamoxifen to treat breast cancer

By Colette Gallagher colettegallagher

An international group of clinicians and scientists representing the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC) published the first-ever clinical practice guideline for using CYP2D6 genotype to guide tamoxifen therapy in Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Tamoxifen is a hormonal agent used for the prevention and treatment of premenopausal and postmenopausal breast cancer that is estrogen receptor positive. […]

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Tags: #CIMCon18, #clinical guidelines, #Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium, #CYP2D6 geneotype, #estrogen receptor positive breast cancer, #tamoxifen, #targeted therapies, breast cancer, center for individualized medicine, DNA Sequencing, Dr. Matthew Goetz, Genetic Testing


February 6, 2018

A new approach to heart disease: individualized therapies for men and women

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

February is American Heart Month. According to DeLisa Fairweather, Ph.D., it’s a critical time in the fight against heart disease, the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. She and her research team at Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus are taking a new approach – they’re exploring how heart disease develops […]

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Tags: #CIMCon18, #Dr. DeLisa Fairweather, #inflammatory diseases, #Lupus, #myocarditis, #sex differences, #Translational Cardiovascular Disease Research Laboratory, #women's health, cardiomyopathy, center for individualized medicine, DNA Testing, Genetic Testing


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