Pharmacogenomics, also known as pharmacogenetics, is the branch of science that looks at how a person's genes influence how they react to pharmaceuticals. Its long-term objective is to assist physicians in choosing the medications and dosages that are ideal for each patient. Each year, severe medication responses lead to more than 120,000 hospitalizations, according to estimates. By locating people who are at danger, pharmacogenomics may be able to stop these. The effectiveness and expense of healthcare may both increase. Pharmacogenomics may make it easier to find the right drugs and dosages

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