Precision medicine, or treatment tailored to the individual patient, offers the prospect of higher-quality healthcare at lower cost, but widespread adoption will not happen overnight
The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Precision Medicine (2011-12) has identified five key areas for action to enable precision medicine’s transformative potential. Download the full report, Preparing for Precision Medicine, at http://www.weforum.org/reports/preparing-precision-medicine
A World Economic Forum initiative, the Global Shapers community is a worldwide network of more than 190city-basedhubs led by young leaders working on grassroots initiatives in their communities.
Launched at the Summit on Global Agenda, the Dubai Hub will focus on education and will be led by Yasar Jarrar, Partner at Bain & Company and former Executive Dean at the Dubai School of Government.
Global Shapers are 20 to 30 years of age, with great potential for future leadership roles in all sectors of society. For more information about the Global Shapers community: http://www.globalshapers.org.