More and more people are undergoing kidney transplant each year, but the success of these procedures is determined by a range of factors related to the donor, the host and the grafted organ. Although there are several scoring systems available to predict long-term graft outcomes, T. Hauet demonstrates how the application of precision medicine to graft evaluation has the potential to significantly improve transplant outcomes.

Summary

Introduction : Definitions & Objectives of the colloquium: Selective choices among relevant areas with established therapeutic progress. Dominique BELLET et Jean-Paul TILLEMENT

New diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologies

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Toward precision medicine for age-related diseases: standardized geriatric assessment. Fati NOURHASHEMI

Genomic and precision medicine: setting problems and perspectives. Francis GALIBERT

Managing drug interactions: a clinical decision support system. Jacques TURGEON

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Realities and perspetives of precision medicine

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Should we sequence each patient's tumour?  Christophe LE TOURNEAU

Kidney transplantation: an emblematic example of precision medicine to solve an increasingly complex situation. Thierry HAUET

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Precision Medicine: which applications, cost and targeted populations? Jean-Pierre MICHEL

Organizers
Pr Dominique Bellet, Pr Jean-Paul Tillement
Authors
Thierry Hauet, Poitiers
Organizers
Pr Dominique Bellet, Pr Jean-Paul Tillement
Authors
Thierry Hauet, Poitiers
Category
The patient
Publication type
Proceedings
Year
2017
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