Make Informed Decisions.

Pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing provides evidence-based, actionable data for clinicians. This will help predict if a patient is likely to experience an adverse drug reaction or not respond to a given drug at all.

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Life Is A DNA Software System.

There are more than 7.4 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.”

Why do drugs work for some people while not for others?

 Everyone’s metabolism is different.

Pharmacogenomic (PGx) testing saves lives, by helping physicians prescribe the right medication we’re taking the guesswork and the trial & error out of prescribing the exact medicine for their patients.

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
  • No costs for PGX collection kits, labor postage
  • No disruption in practice flow

Medicine is personal.

Doctors for years relied upon pharmaceutical manufacturers far too long. Drug companies often recommend one dose without considering patients’ genetic variations which impact their drug’s metabolism.
The PGx test cracks the genetic code for prescription drugs

Adverse drug reactions (ADR’s), the leading cause of death and suffering patients in the United States. Costing billions of dollars in healthcare costs. According to the CDC, its estimated that over 110,000 patient deaths and over 2 million ER visits are attributable to ADR’s every year. The most common drug classes associated with death are anticoagulants, opioids, and immune suppressants.

The foundation of our clinical support is the easy-to-read pharmacogenomic interpretation summary by our team of pharmacists provided to clinicians who test through our affiliated labs.
This PharmD report gives the practitioner an accurate interpretation of the potential medical risks that lurk beneath the surface hidden and unfamiliar with and the unavailability of critical pharmacogenomic information.
Now after further examination of the PharmD report, you will be able to determine if your patient would benefit from another drug; one that their enzymes can work with and react accurately.
Now that’s Personalized Medicine.

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