In conclusion, pharmacogenomics is a widely anticipated field of science that is revolutionary to the way that food is grown, and how medicines will be created and assigned. As with many things, this practice does have its advantages and disadvantages and while it does have a long way to go development wise it looks like it will bring about a promising future for mankind. With 20 million dollars, pharmacogenomics will be able to impact the world for the better.
Pharmacogenomics [Farm-a-co-ga-nom-ics]: the study of the relationship between a specific person's genetic makeup and his or her response to drug treatment (dictionary. com)
All about the Authors:
(Note: that these are fake based on the kind of people we should be)
Sandy Kellogg: Has a weird bedtime and is known to draw on anything that stays still long enough, can make things out of metal. Is metal. Will always be metal.
Hannah Moore: Hannah is a therapist’s assistant that talks to patients who are in the testing phase of Pharmacogenomics.
Kena Rindfleisch: Kena has mastered genetic engineering in the medical fields, with a PH degree in research breakthrough. She has been keenly interested into genetic engineering in terms of pharmacogenomics providing a better world for the all of us.
Jesse O’Leary: Jesse is a total sponsor. He is always only providing the ideas he has for what he needs, not help like all sponsors.