Pharmacogenomics: The Right Drug, for the Right Patient, at the Right Dose

Pharmacogenomics is the study of using a person’s genetic profile to better understand or predict drug effectiveness, guide dosage, and improve patient safety. A general overview is provided to describe how pharmacogenomics may be used to guide medication recommendations and prescribing.

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