DNA | mygeneRx (mycardioRx + mypainRx + mypyschRx)
"JOINCIRCLES enables you to own your own medical data. When your results are ready, I will contact you and we can set a time to go through your results together - this session is included in the price of the test. From there, we can decide which of the healthcare practitioners in our 'Practitioner Circle' who have been trained to interpret these tests, you might need/want to see next. Once you have a plan from your practitioner/s, you can come back and shop your personalised daily nutrition, environment and lifestyle choices. As the medical director, please contact me if you need help choosing the right test and/or practitioner for your needs". Dr Heidi | firstname.lastname@example.org
The DNA | mygeneRx test analyses your unique DNA to determine how you metabolise common cardiovascular, pain and psychiatric medications.
DNA | mygeneRx is made up of three separate test panels: mycardioRx, mypainRx, and mypsychRx. You can decide to do each panel separately or all 3 at once. Our combo tests alwasy workout better value.
Benefits | Features
Analyses genetic variants linked to the metabolism of key cardiovascular medications such as:
- Angiotensin II receptor antagonists
- Antianginal agents
Analyses genetic variants linked to the metabolism of common pain medications such as:
- Fibromyalgia Agents
- Muscle Relaxants
Analyses genetic variants linked to the metabolism of common
psychotropic (psychiatry) medications such as:
- Anti-ADHD agents
- Antidementia agents
- Mood stabilizers
"The future of medicine is personalised. Traditionally, the approach to medication has been ‘one dose fits all’. But everyone’s genetic makeup is different. Which means the way you metabolise medication is unique. This can lead to negative side-effects or ineffectiveness of certain medications.By analysing the unique ways your body processes medication and adjusting treatment accordingly, you can increase the effectiveness of your medication. Medical practitioners can also benefit by prescribing treatment that yields better results and avoids a trial and error approach to treating you. This is known as personalised medicine".
What is Pharmacogenomics?
Pharmacogenomics, the study of the relationship between genes and response to drugs, has been the subject of intensive research over the past two decades and robust evidence now exists to support testing under clinical conditions.
There is a great deal of variability in how someone responds to medications due to their genes that govern drug metabolism. Pharmacogenomics empowers your doctor to provide person-specific medical interventions and replaces the current trial and error approach to drug therapy.
A Pharmacogenomics test gives insight into how specific prescription drugs are metabolised, transported, and bound in your body. This, in turn, allows your doctor to prescribe those medications that will most likely be effective, to avoid those that will not, and to better adjust medication doses to safe, yet therapeutic, levels. Such a personalised approach to medicine has the power to produce better results, particularly for individuals whose genetic profile puts them at risk of experiencing either treatment failure or an adverse reaction from a given drug.
We believe that more medical info can be far more useful than less. Combining our genetic tests to best suit your needs gives you more info in one go plus works out more cost effective than doing individual panels.
Dr Heidi's Comments
"The future of medicine is personalised. Traditionally, the approach to medication has been ‘one dose fits all’. But everyone’s genetic makeup is different. Which means the way you metabolise medication is unique. This can lead to negative side-effects or ineffectiveness of certain medications. By analysing the unique ways your body processes medication and adjusting treatment accordingly, you can increase the effectiveness of your medication. Medical practitioners can also benefit by prescribing treatment that yields better results and avoids a trial and error approach to treating you. This is known as scientific personalised medicine".
Once your results are ready, your report will be sent to you. We encourage you to discuss your results with your doctor so they can plan a safe, informed and effective treatment plan for you.
If your medical practitioner isn’t willing to assist in the process, you should consider getting a second opinion. You have the right to choose a medical practitioner willing to accommodate your unique healthcare needs. We can recommend healthcare practitioners trained on this test if need be.
Gene variations associated with the metabolism (breakdown) of common cardiovascular, pain and psychiatric medications (listed in the sample report below).
Buccal (cheek) lining swab
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