The paradigm shift from one-size-fits-all to precision medicine

The global understanding and practice of medicine is currently undergoing a revolutionary change. This shift to precision medicine means moving healthcare from a one-size-fits-all approach to a more targeted approach, where decisions are informed by each individual’s unique clinical, molecular, and lifestyle information.

Working closely together with the precision medicine community, Thermo Fisher Scientific is helping advance this revolution in diagnosis and treatment. We leverage our global infrastructure and expertise to provide industry-leading capabilities, from population stratification to targeted therapeutics.

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Population Stratification

Explore our scalable population-level molecular profiling solutions designed to deliver rapid clinical utility.

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Translational Research

Pioneer the path from discovery to the clinic with proven platforms and cutting-edge technologies.


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Molecular Diagnostics

Discover flexible solutions for the rapid development and implementation of clinical assays.


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Targeted Therapeutics

Accelerate targeted therapeutic and companion diagnostic development and commercialization with our comprehensive solutions.

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Practicing pharmacogenomics at scale

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