In the article, Pragmatic Precision Oncology: The Secondary Uses of Clinical Tumor Molecular Profiling, the authors make the argument that the parsing, categorization, and aggregation of clinical molecular profile data produces increasingly accurate data generation – and the result is a larger repository of genetic variants useful in ongoing research. First published on March 28, 2016, Matthew J Rioth, MD and his co-authors explain how precision oncology increasingly utilizes molecular profiling of tumors to determine treatment decisions with targeted therapeutics.” Dr. Rioth, who also co-authored Implementing and Improving Automated Electronic Tumor Molecular Profiling, reminds us that this trend is moving clinical research in the right direction – resulting in more accurate and reliable data.
The conclusion of the article emphasizes how real-time molecular profiling data is a pragmatic solution to several knowledge management problems in the practice and science of precision oncology.
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