Pharmacogenomics (PGx) explained
Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing is not new.
You can benefit from this test report at any time in your life regardless of age or health status. PGx testing is a break away from one size fits all medicine.
When you receive your extensive PGx report there is a summary card listed on the last page. The summary card should be printed and kept in your wallet or purse and provided to all treating health professionals, including anaesthetists, dentists, GP, pharmacists, oncologists, etc.
Potential Benefits: With PGx results doctors can individualize drug selection & dosage for patients based on genetic makeup. You can be tested prior to treatments to determine responses to certain drugs. For patients currently on treatment, results may identify better treatment options or identify why a patient is experiencing side-effects.
PGx the Right Drug, for the Right Patient, at the Right Dose
When your doctor tells you that Pharmacogenomics (PGX) is too new, here is what you need to know:
Pharmacogenomics and its predecessor pharmacogenetics study the contribution of genetic factors to the inter-individual variability in drug efficacy and safety. One of the major goals of pharmacogenomics is to tailor drugs to individuals based on their genetic makeup and molecular profile.
From early findings in the 1950s uncovering inherited deficiencies in drug metabolism that explained drug-related adverse events. Pharmacogenomics is considered during the design of clinical drug trials. For just $450 you can be empowered to access PGX testing – your life may depend on it! Contact GRACE now!