Pharmacogenetics: FDA releases table of gene-drug interactions
The FDA on Thursday published a table identifying more than 50 gene-drug interactions that the agency says are supported by scientific evidence and announced it is considering new approaches to evaluating pharmacogenetic associations.
“Consistent with our mission to protect and promote public health, we believe it is important to take steps now to help ensure that claims being made for pharmacogenetic tests offered today are grounded in sound science to avoid inappropriate management of patients’ medications,” said Center for Devices and Radiological Health Director Jeff Shuren and Center for Drug Evaluation and Research Director Janet Woodcock.
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