NIH working group report-using genomic information to guide weight management: From universal to precision treatment.

@article{Bray2016NIHWG,
  title={NIH working group report-using genomic information to guide weight management: From universal to precision treatment.},
  author={Molly S. Bray and Ruth J. F. Loos and Jeanne M. McCaffery and Charlotte Ling and Paul W Franks and George Weinstock and Michael P. Snyder and Jason L Vassy and Tanya D Agurs-Collins},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2016},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={14-22}
}
OBJECTIVE Precision medicine utilizes genomic and other data to optimize and personalize treatment. Although more than 2,500 genetic tests are currently available, largely for extreme and/or rare phenotypes, the question remains whether this approach can be used for the treatment of common, complex conditions like obesity, inflammation, and insulin resistance, which underlie a host of metabolic diseases. METHODS This review, developed from a Trans-NIH Conference titled "Genes, Behaviors, and… CONTINUE READING
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