Personalized medicine benefits - U.S. public opinion 2014

This statistic shows the public opinion in the U.S. on clinical benefits of personalized medicine. The survey was conducted March 2014. In all categories, around 70 percent of respondents find major benefits. Only a minor segment of the people did not find any benefits from personalized medicines.

Public opinion in the U.S. on the health benefits of personalized medicine as of 2014

Major benefitMinor benefitNot sureNot a benefitOveral perople who see benefits
Personalized medicine could help me and my doctor choose the treatment that is most likely to be effective76%15%5%5%91%
Personalized medicine could give me more control to prevent or treat illness72%18%6%4%90%
Personalized medicine could help reduce or avoid treatment side effects71%20%6%4%91%
Personalized medicine could result in less invasive procedures69%19%7%5%88%
Personalized medicine could help avoid trial and error medicine68%19%6%6%87%
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Release date

April 2015


North America

Survey time period

March 2014

Number of respondents

1,024 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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