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There are more than 7.3 billion people on our planet — each a massive collection of about 100 trillion cells.
How do these cells know what to do? What tells them to work together to keep your heart pumping, brain thinking and bones growing? The answer lies in a long, winding molecule called deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA.
The DNA contained within each of your cells carries the instructions needed to build and maintain the many different types of cells that make you, you. Researchers call this complete set of DNA instructions a “genome.”
Each person responds differently to prescription drugs.
Everyday patients go to their doctor for a cure to their ailments. The doctor does his best by prescribing medications but some either don’t work or have severe side effects. Often, a patient must return to their doctor over and over again until the doctor can find a drug that is right for them. PGX Testing offers the doctor and the patient a proven solution by testing the liver enzymes to determine how drugs metabolize in that individual.
DNA testing is effective for up to 82% of all medications on the market.
Clinic & Practice Benefits
Improved Quality of Care for Patients
Reduce Liability Exposure
Simple Saliva Test
Improved Drug effectiveness
No Billing Lab handles claims
MedTech We train & pay
No costs for PGX collection kits, lab or postage
No disruption in practice flow
We are all different and our differences translate into how we react to drugs as individuals.
Genetic DNA testing increases safety and effectiveness by improving clinical outcomes of drug therapy.
Adverse drug reactions (ADR’s) is the leading cause of death in hospitalized patients in the United States and are responsible for billions of dollars in healthcare costs.
According to the CDC, it is estimated that over 108,000 patient deaths and over 1.8 million ER visits are attributable to ADR’s annually. The most common drug classes associated with death are anticoagulants, opioids, and immunosuppressants.
The foundation of our clinical support is the easy-to-read pharmacogenomic interpretation summary by our team of pharmacists which is provided free of charge to clinicians who test through our affiliated labs.
This PharmD report gives the practitioner an accurate interpretation of the potential medication risks that lurk beneath the surface that were once hidden by the unfamiliarity with and the unavailability of critical pharmacogenomic information.
Now after further examination of the PharmD report, you determine that your patient would benefit greatly from another drug, one that their enzymes can work with and react positively. Now that’s “Personalized Medicine“.
If you would like to discuss Pharmacogenomic Testing and how it would fit into your practice or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I’ve would love to talk to you.
We are a USA based company and offer NO services outside of North America.