Putting precision oncology into practice

19:00 EST 2 Feb 2020 | AAAS

(Rush University Medical Center) Rush University Medical Center is the first health care organization to launch a genomic results module within an electronic medical record. While cancer cells contain the clues needed to identify specific treatments, few providers have the expertise to readily put that information into practice. Integrating genomic test results into the electronic medical record makes the power of cancer genomics part of routine cancer care at Rush.

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