UnDisciplined: Is personalized medicine a threat to public health?
Personalized medicine sounds like a good idea. Our genes are all quite different, after all, so why should our medical treatment be the same? But what sounds like a good idea in theory might not be working in practice.
James Tabery is a professor at the University of Utah, where he studies the history and philosophy of science, as well as bioethics. His new book is called "Tyranny of the Gene."