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What is Pharmacoproteomics?

What is Pharmacoproteomics?

While small still, pharmacoproteomics may shed some light on even more of the reasons drugs work differently on different people and help us make more people well.

Pharmacogenomics and THC

Pharmacogenomics and THC

Some cannabis enthusiasts in Canada are claiming that they can harness the work that pharmacogenomicists have done in the past 50 years or so to tailor strains of the plant to certain genomic characteristics.

Pharmacogenomics Predictions for 2018

Pharmacogenomics Predictions for 2018

Integration of pharmacogenomics in routine health care will need a lot of further research, but 2018 could mark the beginning of a more systematic approach towards design and development of new medicines based on genomics.

Drug Take Backs

Drug Take Backs

Ending the opioid epidemic is up to all of us. Encourage your friends and family members to turn in unused prescriptions and keep them out of the wrong hands.

Predicting Adverse Drug Reactions

Predicting Adverse Drug Reactions

Adverse drug reactions, or ADRs, are harmful side effects of medications. Studies have shown anywhere from five to thirty percent of patients experience some form of adverse drug reaction. Common manifestations of ADRs include rashes, hives, itching, fever, swelling,...