pharmacogenomics to personalize drug therapy based on a person's genes

See new information from the FDA regarding clearing a genetic lab test for warfarin sensitivity

You'll hear more about using pharmacogenomics to personalize drug therapy based on a person's genes.

Race is sometimes used to predict a person's response to a drug.

BiDil is an example. It'll be the first drug approved for a specific race. It contains isosorbide and hydralazine for treating heart failure in African Americans.

Practical advice for a better career, with unlimited access to CE

Pharmacy Technician's Letter includes:

  • 12 issues every year, with brief articles about new meds and hot topics
  • 200+ CE courses, including the popular CE-in-the-Letter
  • Helpful, in-depth Technician Tutorials
  • Access to the entire archive

Already a subscriber? Log in

Volume pricing available. Get a quote