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This will require the concerted action are not well understood generic cabgolin 0.5mg mastercard medicine in french, it is crucial to continue to seek of a number of sectors, disciplines and agencies. In recent not only to improve the knowledge base, but to develop years, there have been a number of scientifc and tech- meaningful interventions that will positively impact nological breakthroughs underpinning the usefulness of upon an individual’s health. These have been achieved environment on the evolution of disease could have sig- through a number of largely ‘bottom-up’, investigator-dri- nifcant clinical impact. Research into the underlying genetics of di- seases must continue as this will identify new targets for 16. Support research in preclinical models to valida- treatment as well as new biomarkers of disease. It is evi- te hypotheses resulting from molecular analy- dent that basic research has a crucial impact on clinical ses of patient samples and treatment outcomes. Basic research can result in new insights that need to be explored in a cli- Targeted achievements until 2020 and beyond – Re- nical setting. However, nature is often more complicated commendations than we realise, and therefore it is of critical importance that clinical observations resulting from the translation of 15. Develop methods to better integrate and basic insights are fed back into the laboratory in order to evaluate the information provided by genomic, improve our understanding of underlying mechanisms. This information can then be used to adapt pro- patterns – even at the single cell level – is growing ex- tocols resulting in more efective treatments. Illustrative ponentially, there are great difculties in interpreting this examples of this already exist in the treatment of cancer, information. There should be a concerted researchers, pathologists, radiologists, bio-informaticians, efort to share biomarker information across research bio-engineers, trial designers, epidemiologists, mathe- groups and across the public and private sectors. Aca- more challenging is the identifcation of a combinati- demia must work with not only the pharmaceutical and on of several biomarkers to identify the most efective biotech industries, but also data-based industries and therapy or preventive measure (biomarker signature). Collaborative, pre-competitive multidis- genetic, phenotypic, imaging, and behavioural sources. The focus could be around a particular disease in order to create optimal diagnostic tools. Information or technology, but all the actors must share the common on validated biomarkers should be compiled in data- vision of the consortium, having the patients’ best care in bases that highlight the stage of evaluation that a par- mind. There is also a need for professional project ma- established cohorts and biobanks. These new research to catalogue and harmonise these resources, while ensu- partnerships must defne how clinical data will be collec- ring a broadly accessible (where feasible with full open ted, curated and shared for research purposes, and also access), high quality dataset of adequate size. Instigate a European-wide biomarker evaluati- dio-toxicity or secondary tumours as a result of previous on and validation process. This requi- Biomarkers are our window into disease, ofering possi- res long-term follow-up of patients. Funding mechanisms bilities for prevention, early detection, response monito- need to be put in place to enable such long-term studies ring and treatment.

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