Unlocking Precision Medicine with Lower-cost Genomics

New, more affordable technologies offer researchers a deeper understanding of the genetic mutations that cause disease.

An advanced cancer patient receives two more years of life because his doctors found a clinical trial drug built for the mutation-fueled molecular pathway that drove his disease. A diagnostic odyssey comes to a halt, yielding answers for the parents of a child with a rare genetic disease. A MRSA outbreak doesn’t happen at a hospital because the pediatric unit, with the help of the pathology department, finds the source and quickly contains it. 

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"Even in the
case of novel
drugs, having
a better
of the predictive
and prognostic
biomarkers for
doctors to
determine the
right combination
therapies for
each patient requires
deeper discovery."

- Bryce Olson
Global Marketing Director for
Health and Life Sciences, Intel

"As the demand
for genome
sequencing grows,
so does the amount
of data that must be
processed, stored,
and managed."

- Jennifer Esposito
Worldwide General Manager,
Health and Life Sciences, Intel

"Faster analytics
is always a
priority, but
the next big
requirement is
for research
and clinics to
reliably predict
a genomics

- Dr. Michael McManus
Senior Health and Life Sciences
Solution Architect at Intel

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