The New Genetics: Discovering Innovative Medicines for the 21st Century
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 6 May 1999, p. 1-8
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The New Genetics: Discovering Innovative Medicines for the 21st Century


Genetics. An explanation of some of the things that are going to happen in medicine in the next five to 10 years. The patient as primary customer. The opportunity to affect medicine development and the way government and industry can work together to improve medicine development. The human genome in the public domain. Some of the things that genetics is discovering. What the genome project means to the study of genetics. Forming the Glaxo Wellcome genetic networks. Three components to these networks. Looking for effective drugs and adverse events. The SNP (single nucleotide polymorph) map and making it freely available.