Pharmacogenetic Testing

Technology that analyzes how genetic makeup affects an individual’s response to medication.

Pharmacogenetic (PGx)

Why Should You be Tested?

Pharmacogenetic testing is the cornerstone of personalized medicine. Determining how well you metabolize medication raises chances of a positive outcome and reduces possible adverse drug related reactions. Personalized medicine conveys a blueprint to how your body’s unique molecular characteristics and distinctions allow it to process medication. Your physician will have the data necessary to custom tailor the management of medications that are the best alternatives for you.

Why CoreBioLabs?

As a leader in Personalized Medicine, CoreBioLabs offers a wide range of testing solutions to help both the patient and physician determine which is the right drug and the right dose for you.

How can we Help?

Currently in doctors’ offices all over the world, patients are given medications that either don’t work or have severe side effects. Often, a patient must return to their doctor over and over again until the doctor can find a drug that is right for them. CoreBioLabs offers a very appealing alternative.

Easy, Painless, and Personal

Personalized Medicine starts with a buccal swab, rubbed on the inside of your cheek to collect cells. Your doctor’s office will package the swabs and send them in for processing. Your doctor will get a detailed report that will help them make the most informed decisions possible when prescribing your medications. We test only the specific genes that influence the safety and effectiveness of medications. This test does not indicate a tendency toward genetic diseases.

  • Identify key factors in effective pain management preventing under/over dosing
  • Provide physicians with insight into their patients unique responses to pain meds in order to decrease adverse reactions and better manage their pain
  • Detect genetic variations that affect the bodies response to cardiac medications which can decrease ER visits and determine if patient is at high risk of developing life threatening blood clots, strokes and heart attacks
  • Results provide information on how quicky or slowly the patient metabolizes certain drugs
  • Taylor preventitive and diagnostic care to each person's unique genetic characteristics