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Feature – Science
First, Do No Harm  Vancouver Magazine

Two renowned Vancouver researchers,
Dr Michael Hayden and Dr Bruce Carleton, are seeking to revolutionize medicine through predictive diagnostics. This involves conducting a simple but life-saving genetic test to determine if a patient is likely to have an adverse drug reaction to their medication.

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“That discovery was part of a larger, more sublime goal that Hayden and Carleton set themselves: before a physician prescribes a drug, they want to see an inexpensive genetic test ordered to ensure that the patient doesn't harbour polymorphisms that turn good medicine bad.”