By personalized DNA care do you mean analyzing tumors for specific mutations? This is probably going to be a huge part of cancer treatment in the future, and some institutions in the US are already doing it. Part of my grandma's biopsy was sent off to a company called Caris that looks at overexpression of certain cell surface receptors (EGFR) but also for some common tumor mutations. Unfortunately, the technology still has a ways to go.
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