MDGeneticPro Pharmacogenomics

Reduce Adverse Drug Reactions with MDGeneticPro PGx for Personalized Care

Use pharmacogenomics (PGx) to determine which prescription drugs work best for each patient

If you could know how your patients react to medication before prescribing it, why not use it? Our MDGeneticPro PGx panel does just that by testing a patient’s genetic makeup to see how they metabolize prescription drugs. Based on our testing we can determine if someone is a rapid, normal, intermediate, and poor metabolizer to certain medications. This will help doctors predict patients’ response and save patients from medication not working or experiencing adverse drug reactions.

The convenience of PGx:

  • Improve medication selection
  • Reduce titration periods 
  • Increase efficacy

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MDGeneticPro Pharmacogenomics

Reduce Adverse Drug Reactions with MDGeneticPro PGx for Personalized Care

Use pharmacogenomics (PGx) to determine which prescription drugs work best for each patient

If you could know how your patients react to medication before prescribing it, why not use it? Our MDGeneticPro PGx panel does just that by testing a patient’s genetic makeup to see how they metabolize prescription drugs. Based on our testing we can determine if someone is a rapid, normal, intermediate, and poor metabolizer to certain medications. This will help doctors predict patients’ response and save patients from medication not working or experiencing adverse drug reactions.

The convenience of PGx:

  • Improve medication selection
  • Reduce titration periods 
  • Increase efficacy

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Read Our Blog

Symptoms of Lupus

Millions of people suffer with the autoimmune disease known as Lupus. This chronic inflammatory disease affects a person’s immune system. Rather than fighting to protect your body from viruses and bacteria, the immune system actually attacks various organs and...

read more

Understanding Radiation Therapy

If there is one illness that many people are afraid of, it’s cancer. This is because cancer is one of the most fatal illnesses that is hard to treat. Moreover, there is really no definite treatment for it yet. Although chemotherapy is the most popular treatment for...

read more

What is Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer is a persistent growth or sore inside the mouth that is caused by an uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage. It will not go away on its own. It includes the following surrounding tissues: Throat Tonsils Sinuses Hard and Soft Palate...

read more

Men’s Health Month

Join in June Supported by a congressional health program, Men's Health Month is an outreach movement that strives to touch the lives of men and any loved ones affected by trying health issues. Early detection, screenings, and other proactive solutions are all a part...

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