What is it about?

There are people who suffer from adverse drug reactions. Some may experience muscle pain, others feel sleepy, others taking one drug will expericen no improvement. These reactions can be explained in many cases by genetics. We are all different genetically and this means that a certain medication that will work well on me will not need to be efficient on someone else.

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Why is it important?

Pharmacogenetics is important to prevent drug adverse reactions and help patients to improve their quality of life.


To reach as many clinicians as possible and medical institutions so they use this easy to use tool to help avoid drug adverse reactions and to prescribe the correct drug at the correct dose for each patient according to his genes.

Ana Sabater

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This page is a summary of: g-Nomic: a new pharmacogenetics interpretation software, Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine, May 2019, Dove Medical Press, DOI: 10.2147/pgpm.s203585.
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