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pharmacogenomic

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to pharmacogenomics

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Examples

  • The company said it plans to introduce so-called pharmacogenomic clinical services to its PBM clients in the second quarter of 2010.

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  • On Wednesday, the Food and Drug Administration issued guidelines for interpreting "pharmacogenomic" data (see fda. gov).

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  • Given the extraordinarily high costs of newer cancer drugs, "pharmacogenomic" tests are seen as crucial to avoiding futile, wasteful treatment.

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  • "The AMA is committed to providing education and resources to physicians in this growing and important area of medical science so that they can appropriately use genetically-based technology, such as pharmacogenomic testing."

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  • The two-year agreement calls for Medco to deliver reports to the FDA about pharmacogenomic testing, including physician participation in such testing and the usefulness of testing in prescribing medicines.

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  • There are currently about two dozen pharmacogenomic tests on the market, according to Dr. Epstein, referring specifically to tests for a patient's compatibility with certain medications and not the broader category of genetic tests for disease risk factors, or genetic predisposition for disease.

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  • In addition to diagnostic testing services, RGI generates revenue from the sales of its proprietary analytical pharmacogenomic testing services of clinical trial specimens to the pharmaceutical industry.

  • Transgenomic Pharmacogenomics Services is a CRO for pharmacogenomic, translational research and clinical trials.

  • Some health care organizations already offer pharmacogenomic testing to select patients, such as Gooding, and some test manufacturers are marketing directly to consumers, such as Negro, through the Web.

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  • But before they pay for pharmacogenomic testing, some insurers want more evidence that it leads to better patient care, says Robert Epstein, chief medical officer of

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