- Analyses 62 genetic variations within 20 genes
- Gives accurate and actionable recommendations on approximately 150 different prescription drugs
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 a patient responds to medications due to the genes that govern drug metabolism. Pharmacogenomics empowers the doctor to provide patient-specific medical intervention and replaces the current trial and error approach to drug therapy.