Personalized Medicine

Personalized Medicine

Personalised Medicine has to become part of our daily lives

We all agree that it is important to ensure healthy lives and well-being for everyone in Europe. However, to organise this into a valid and cost-effective system is a big challenge.

Personalised Medicine brings innovative approaches in which diagnostics and medicine can be tailored to the needs of a specific person; combining a patient centric approach with economic opportunity.

With the Value Track Personalised Medicine we look to jointly scale-up innovations further, making Personalised Medicine part of daily life in a way that ensures health and well-being for all European citizens.

  • Personalized medicine promises to increase the quality of clinical care and, in some cases, to decrease health care costs. McKinsey & Company
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  • Not only are the possibilities now here to bring the right treatment to the right patient at the right time, but huge possibilities also exist when using new tools and unimaginably large amounts of healthcare data, not only for diagnosis and treatment, but also for prevention.Beata Jagielska, Polish Alliance for Personalized Medicine
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  • Innovation in precision medicine promises substantial benefits but will change the way in which some health services are delivered and evaluated. IC PerMed International Consortium
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  • What impact would innovation in the area of Personalised Medicine have on the daily lives of patients? Enormous. it would tailor the treatment on an individual basis and therefore deliver a greater chance of succes.Peter Kapitein, Inspire2Live
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  • Our technology will allow cancer immunotherapy to be effective on tumors that are not responsive to the current immunotherapeutic regimen. This will open new avenues and help growing the pool of potential cancer patients that can benefit from immunotherapy.Alexandre Motta, IMcoMET B.V.
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  • The new area of personalized medicine is the most expansive area in the pharmaceutical sector.Åke Nilsson, SAGA Diagnostics
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  • As the costs of the technology continue to drop we anticipate that this technology will become accessible to everyone, meaning that the whole of society will benefit from its potential.Tom Stubbs, Chronomics
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  • Chemotherapy for common cancers can cause death in ~1% treated patients and severe toxic effects in 20-30% due to their individual genotypes. We can predict likelihood of death and toxic effects with a high degree of accuracy.Jane Meaney, Oxford Cancer Biomarkers
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Shared purpose

Personalised Medicine brings innovative approaches in which diagnostics and medicine can be tailored to the needs of a specific person; combining a patient centric approach with economic opportunity.

Joint development

With the Value Track Personalised Medicine we look to jointly scale-up innovations further, making Personalised Medicine part of daily life in a way that ensures health and well-being for all European citizens.

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  • CorporatePersonalized medicine promises to increase the quality of clinical care and, in some cases, to decrease health care costs. McKinsey & Company
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  • Global Challenge (Ambassadors)Not only are the possibilities now here to bring the right treatment to the right patient at the right time, but huge possibilities also exist when using new tools and unimaginably large amounts of healthcare data, not only for diagnosis and treatment, but also for prevention.Beata Jagielska, Polish Alliance for Personalized Medicine
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  • Global Challenge (Ambassadors)Innovation in precision medicine promises substantial benefits but will change the way in which some health services are delivered and evaluated. IC PerMed International Consortium
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  • CitizenWhat impact would innovation in the area of Personalised Medicine have on the daily lives of patients? Enormous. it would tailor the treatment on an individual basis and therefore deliver a greater chance of succes.Peter Kapitein, Inspire2Live
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  • InnovatorOur technology will allow cancer immunotherapy to be effective on tumors that are not responsive to the current immunotherapeutic regimen. This will open new avenues and help growing the pool of potential cancer patients that can benefit from immunotherapy.Alexandre Motta, IMcoMET B.V.
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  • InnovatorThe new area of personalized medicine is the most expansive area in the pharmaceutical sector.Åke Nilsson, SAGA Diagnostics
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  • InnovatorAs the costs of the technology continue to drop we anticipate that this technology will become accessible to everyone, meaning that the whole of society will benefit from its potential.Tom Stubbs, Chronomics
    Join the discussion!Learn more
  • InnovatorChemotherapy for common cancers can cause death in ~1% treated patients and severe toxic effects in 20-30% due to their individual genotypes. We can predict likelihood of death and toxic effects with a high degree of accuracy.Jane Meaney, Oxford Cancer Biomarkers
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Personalized Medicine

Nynke Quant

Value Track Lead Personalized Medicine

'We all agree that it is important to ensure healthy lives and well-being for everyone Europe.'