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How has biotechnology recently changed your life as a doctor?

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Senthil’s Answer

Biotechnology helps doctors in many ways,

Early diagnosis of disease using Molecular Diagnosis method.

Genetics is evolved as a solution to cure diseases with Genetically engineered medicines or Gene Therapy.

Case studies on various genetic studies enabling doctors to diagnose the evolution of antigens & diseases in early stages, then cure then effectively.

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sai’s Answer

Hi Aleksandra,

I'm not a doctor by profession. but here is what I can pen down for you that I know about biotechnology.

Advancements in medical biotechnology have impacted millions of lives in the past few decades. From new vaccines developed to cure deadly diseases — such as during the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa in 2014 — to comprehensively mapping human DNA, the medical biotechnological industry has been on the forefront of technological advancement.
Medical biotechnology is the use of living cells and cell materials to research and produce pharmaceutical and diagnostic products that help treat and prevent human diseases. Some of the latest areas of medical biotechnological advancement include pioneering work in genetic testing, advanced drug treatments and artificial tissue growth.

its a fantastic field of work and many studies / research, have shown positive and remarkable achievements in the biotech field

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