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PHARMACOGENOMICS (PGx)

PHARMACOGENOMICS (PGx) PANELS

EMPOWERING THE FIGHT AGAINST ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL TREATMENT MODEL

Approximately, 200 FDA approved medications have pharmacogenomics information available on their labeling indicating that patients can receive tailored therapy based on PGx testing results. Depending on the genetic profile, some medications may act faster or slower, or produce more or less side effects in each patient.

Why pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing is important?

  • To identify the proper prescribing medication and select a right dosage of medication based on each individual's genomic prof
  • To avoid or prevent serious side effects for medications
  • To adjust the dose of a medication or recommend a different medication when current treatment is not effective
  • To identify the proper prescribing medication and select a right dosage of medication based on each individual's genomic profile

PGx PMCDx Test Guide Reference

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Drug To Drug Interaction

For drug-drug interactions, please go to Flockhart Table ™

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