# Personalized medicine
Opinion: Option Abundance in Healthcare: A Doubtful Advantage Or An Innate Necessity
More Option Is Always A Blessing, More So Amidst Transparency. This article was initially Published by Illumination on Medium!. Some believe having a superfluous Option is countering when it comes to our medical care. That assumption is likely the upshot of some of the latest general surveys pointing to the idea thatmany people favor fewer options instead of more. Nevertheless, they still reject having too few opportunities. Based on the same evaluation, they elect to have limited choices because the overabundance of selection options makes them feel overwhelmed and thus stressed to create the ultimate decision. And that the weakest link is likely 8 to 15 alternatives from which they can choose since they may feel cheated given too fewer options.
Are We Genuinely in Route to Personalizing Patient Care?!
We have Mastered the Art of Precision Medicine, but not Personalized Medicine and Healthcare. In the last two decades, Scientists have mastered the art of Precision Medicine. Despite this, we are far off from reaching Personalized Healthcare and Medicine.