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Systems medicine, P4 medicine, and an integrative “Human Model”

Conventional practice in Western medicine focuses on doctors’ “reactive” interventions in response to the occurrence of diseases. With the advancement of genomics, proteomics, and various high efficient “omics” technologies, the multidimensional networks of the human body can be investigated for … Continue reading

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Individualized systems medicine (ISM): applications in the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML)

Approaches in individualized systems medicine (ISM) or personalized systems medicine would be useful for achieving optimal therapies, especially in cancer treatment. Strategies in ISM have been suggested by Pemovska et al., by focusing on the establishment of molecular profiling (Pemovska … Continue reading

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