What else can you tell me about "Pharmacogenomics?"

Pharmacogenomics is the testing of, analysis and reporting of Multiple Genes and Variants and how they all combine to affect your individual drug metabolism and your personal response, efficacy, adverse reactions and inhibitors. Pharmacogenomics is the tailoring of medication treatments to fit your individual genetic makeup, and which can lead you to ‘personalized medicine’.

Pharmaceutical companies all use Pharmacogenomic testing for their medications for population (people) studies to learn the effectiveness of and responses to their products. This data is then used to help determine appropriate sizes of dosing, frequency of doses, and much other important data.

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