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This article is recommended for those in the dietary supplement and/or diagnostic/laboratory testing industry.
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE FROM A REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE
1. DEFINING PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
2. FDA’S UNIQUE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES IN PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
DRIVING TOWARD AND RESPONDING TO SCIENTIFIC ADVANCES
1. BUILDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
2. RECENT ORGANIZATIONAL EFFORTS
DEFINING AND CLARIFYING REGULATORY PATHWAYS AND POLICIES
1. ENSURING THE AVAILABILITY OF SAFE AND EFFECTIVE DIAGNOSTICS
2. PRODUCT INTERDEPENDENCY
3. PRODUCT LABELING
4. POST-MARKET SURVEILLANCE
ADVANCING REGULATORY SCIENCE IN SUPPORT OF PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
1. DEVELOPING REGULATORY STANDARDS, RESEARCH METHODS, AND TOOLS
2. CONDUCTING AND COLLABORATING IN read more…
by Jeff Bland & Deanna M. Minch
A Special Slideshow Presentation by ModernHCP.com
Public health recommendations for lifestyle modification, including diet and physical activity, have been widely disseminated for the prevention and treatment of disease. These guidelines are intended for the overall population without significant consideration for the individual with respect to one’s genes and environment.
Personalized lifestyle medicine is a newly developed term that refers to an approach to medicine in which an individual’s health metrics from point-of-care diagnostics are used to develop lifestyle medicine-oriented therapeutic strategies for improving individual health outcomes in managing chronic disease.
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