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In Reply In response to Drs Hoosien and Elshazly, we reiterate that we are not opposed to the principle of precision medicine as a concept. In our Viewpoint, we were simply making the case that, like other promising areas of new technologies, the new tools of genomics, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning need to be evaluated not only with respect to their ability to integrate complex data but in their ability to improve health outcomes for patients and populations.
Khoury MJ, Galea S. Evaluating Precision Medicine’s Ability to Improve Population Health—Reply. JAMA. 2017;317(4):441. doi:10.1001/jama.2016.20006
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