Advances in bioinformatics have led to sophisticated clinical decision-making tools that can integrate data on a drug’s competitive inhibition, affinity, and metabolic pathways, and on a patient’s environmental and genetic factors. J. Turgeon shows us how these tools help to ensure patients receive individualised therapy with the greatest potential for benefit and the least potential for harm.


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Pr Dominique Bellet, Pr Jean-Paul Tillement
Jacques Turgeon, Montréal
Pr Dominique Bellet, Pr Jean-Paul Tillement
Jacques Turgeon, Montréal
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