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Personalized, Preventative, Precision

The Right Medication. The Right Dose.

The First Time.

Your doctor can now reduce trial and error by prescribing the most effective medication, dosage, and combination of medications with the least amount of unwanted side effects right from the start.

Some Diseases Can Be Hereditary.

Individuals who have inherited certain gene mutations may be at a higher risk than the general population for more than one type of Cancer or Cardiovascular disease due to genetics.


The Human Genome Project completed in 2003 took 13 years at a cost of three billion dollars. Now you and your physician can set individualized protocols for you and your family to live a longer, healthier, life!

Early Detection is Critical

Genes and

Cancer is a common disease, so most families will have some members who have had cancer. This means even if cancer does not run in a family, a family member can still be at risk for some type of cancer in his or her lifetime.

Genes and
Cardiovascular Disease

One person dies every 37 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease.  About 647,000 Americans die from heart disease each year—that's 1 in every 4 deaths. 

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Genes and
Pharmacogenetics (PGx)

Doctor’s generally prescribe medications based upon symptoms or because of the results of a physical. However, according to more than 75% of people have genetic variations that affect how they respond to the most commonly prescribed medications.