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GeneAlign specializes in pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing and personalized medicine. We provide PGx testing laboratory consultation services to hospitals, physician practices and reference labs seeking to augment the diagnostic services they provide through pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing. Our complete turnkey solution implements PGx testing capability into existing physician-owned labs, hospital-owned labs and reference labs. Our proprietary, algorithm-based software solution analyzes and interprets the results of each patients' pharmacogenetic profile and provides clinical decision support and medication management guidance unique to each individual patient. We are seeking to bring personalized medicine to the forefront of patient care by providing clinicians with access to actionable genetic data at the point of care.
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Pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing involves the molecular analysis of drug metabolizing enzymes to determine how patients respond to various over-the-counter and prescription medications. These testing services are usually performed on patients who are not experiencing the therapeutic effects of medications, patients who experience adverse reactions to medications (shortness of breath, dizziness, nausea etc.), patients who are on multiple medications and could experience harmful adverse drug-to-drug interactions, and patients who may be put on medications with FDA black box warnings related to pharmacogenetics (i.e. – clopidogrel (Plavix), codeine, etc.).
Adverse drug event-related deaths are the 4th leading cause of death in the United States. Personalized medicine is the answer to this growing epidemic where “trial and error” approaches to prescription medication lead to harmful adverse drug events. Genetic testing is viewed as the driver behind personalized medicine.
Please imagine our target audience as physicians and other healthcare providers.