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The Eagle Eye Approach: Comprehensive Genomics Profile[CGP]

Rajavarman Kittu


Ancient Medicine methods had Precision medicine concept only in traditional Ayurvedic methods. Since modern medicine adopted both genetics and genomics profiling, precision medicine is playing a major role in cancer patients' lives. This oncology Medicine has been taken to the next level while the comprehensive genomic profiling (CGP) gave hope of capturing all possible key elements through Next generation sequencing molecular approaches that contribute to the cancers. The combination of ACMG guidelines, FDA, and individual professional guidelines for therapy recommendation with all possible literature survey is making possible survival options, with less cost effective, great clinical utility options of disease management. This is attempted to discuss about how CGP has been analyzed by Clinical bioinformaticians and the impact of CGP.

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