Modern medicine has progressed alongside the accumulation and refinement of knowledge of human biology and pathology. This book has shown how new knowledge can be obtained by studies of deep phenotyping and various omics approaches. The next critical challenge is to efficiently translate this knowledge into clinical practices, including diagnostics, prediction methods and therapies. We will explore the clinical developments from three angles:
1. how to define unmet medical needs and also fulfill them;
2. how to develop clinical products;
3. how clinicians can employ the current knowledge to facilitate their practice.
Three different types of genetic tests were used as a demonstration. These tests were unavailable ...