专家访谈 心脑血管 综合领域 作者未知 来源:未知 2009/11/24 18:13:00    加入收藏
内容概要:We are in a kind of discovery and with some part of programs that are advancing in knowledge very rapidly, perhaps in five years we will have enough genetic information to put it all together and then if it is a comprehensive assessment that we can do with genetics then it would make sense to start applying it clinically but right now we are just scratching the surface.

    International Diabetes :  Just conjecture here, looking forward in genetic testing, what would you see is the future of this?

    Dr Krauss:  This is actually something I am deeply involved with in our program and in collaboration with other groups.  I may have a bit of a contrary position to some others.  I think we learned that the genes create some susceptibility to diseases and abnormalities that we want to try to identify and treat but the susceptibility require some other factors interacting with the genes be it diet, be it hormonal status, other disease factors can modify the risk in any given individual more or less depending on their genetic background, so what I see in the future is a much more comprehensive use of genetics and in the context of an overall systemic or system wide assessment where we are measuring genes along with in this case perhaps particle measurements other predisposing factors that we would then put together ideally in the equations or into algorithms or into profiles in which the genetics would be a part of it but it would not be the single measurements that we would make decisions on.

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