Genetic Testing Can Help with Drug Dosages A new study shows that genetic testing can help doctors figure out the right dosage of medication for a patient. Dr. Sydney Spiesel, with the online magazine Slate, talks about genetic testing and a drug that regulates blood clotting.
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Genetic Testing Can Help with Drug Dosages

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Genetic Testing Can Help with Drug Dosages

Genetic Testing Can Help with Drug Dosages

Genetic Testing Can Help with Drug Dosages

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A new study shows that genetic testing can help doctors figure out the right dosage of medication for a patient. Dr. Sydney Spiesel, medical columnist for the online magazine Slate, talks to Alex Chadwick about genetic testing and a drug that regulates blood clotting.