The Future of Molecular Medicine

Unit 6: DNA and Detectives: Applications of Genetic Testing
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to explain that in the future, physicians will change how they prescribe drugs due to our increasing understanding of how genetic differences among people affect responses to drug treatment.

Big Idea: As our understanding of human genetic variation improves, we will most likely see many changes in how physicians diagnose and treat human diseases.

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