Skip to NavigationSkip to content


Precision medicine: the future of cancer treatment?

Published on 02/03/15 at 08:10am
Cancer image
In oncology, precision medicine is not just a hope for the future

There are plenty of advances in oncology treatments to be excited about – from immunotherapy to cancer vaccines and monoclonal antibodies – but unfortunately cancer is such a complex disease that none of these are guaranteed to work for every patient.

Precision medicine may be the answer to this problem. Also known as personalised medicine, it involves giving patients the treatments that will best help their condition based on specific genetic biomarkers they display.

Mission Statement is a leading portal for the pharmaceutical industry, providing industry professionals with pharma news, pharma events, pharma service company listings and pharma jobs,
Site content is produced by our editorial team exclusively for and our industry newspaper Pharmafocus. Service company profiles and listings are taken from our pharmaceutical industry directory, Pharmafile, and presented in a unique Find and Compare format to ensure the most relevant matches