Mini Review - Allied Journal of Medical Research (2022) Volume 6, Issue 10
Implementing personalised medicine to enhance healthcare.
The idea of "tailored" treatment is surrounded by a lot of hype. The foundation of personalised medicine is the idea that since each person has distinct qualities at the molecular, physiological, environmental, and behavioural levels, they may require interventions for diseases they have that are catered to these distinctive characteristics. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, such as DNA sequencing, proteomics, imaging methods, and wireless health monitoring devices, which have shown significant inter-individual diversity in disease processes, this assumption has been partially confirmed. In this review, we examine the rationale behind personalised medicine, its historical precedents, the enabling emerging technologies, some recent experiences, including successes and failures, methods of vetting and deploying personalised medicines, and future directions, including potential methods of treating people with fertility and sterility issues. We also take into account the current constraints on personalised medication.Author(s): Daniel LÃ¼tkemeyer