Advancements in medical practices are essential to our development as a society. Scientists and doctors around the world are working to find the best way to increase our length and quality of life, as well as find the best treatment methods for our many existing diseases and ailments. But for the average person, who doesn’t work tirelessly as a scientist or doctor, understanding the new classifications for medical practices and what the differences are, can be a bit complicated.
First, we want to clarify a term that we often use here—Precision Medicine. This practice is relatively new in the world of human and veterinary medicine, but will likely grow to be a significant factor in future medical endeavors.