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Have you been asking yourself…

Are your medications working for you?

Each medication is absorbed and metabolized or broken down in the body slightly differently depending on several factors. Some of these factors include biographical characteristics such as sex, race, age etc, but other factors include the genes that we have. Each individual person has their own set of genetic material that is unique to them. This genetic material often affects whether or not a specific medication is going to work for you or not.

Personalized medicine and…


Personalized medicine and pharmacogenomics are how we can optimize treatment regimens and minimize adverse outcomes. Pharmacogenomics is the study of genetics to determine the way an individual will likely respond to therapeutic drugs. Through pharmacogenomics, we can analyze a person’s genetic sequence to determine whether or not they will be a rapid or poor metabolizer of a medication. Once we know what type of metabolizer the individual is, we can customize the dose and medication for the therapeutic disease state. The goal of pharmacogenomics is to optimize medication management for each person through personalized health care.