Paradigm Change from Curative to Predictive Medicine: Novel Strategic Trends in Europe

Golubnitschaja, Olga
December 2009
Croatian Medical Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p596
Academic Journal
The article examines the importance of predictive diagnostics in the development of individualized treatment approaches. It cites the importance of an efficient communication system among professionals who are involved in the paradigm change from curative to preventive medicine. It suggests that predictive diagnostics is considered as medicine of future. It adds that paradigm change can be achieved by well-coordinated implementation of adequate investment in novel technologies.


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