The Medication Response Genetic Test analyzes 14 genes associated with how the body processes certain commonly prescribed medications

You will first get results for 2 genes, CYP2C19 and CYP2D6, along with summaries of published guidelines that your doctor may find useful when prescribing certain mental health medications. Over the next six months, you’ll get results for the additional 12 genes,  along with summaries of published guidelines that your doctor may find useful when prescribing certain pain, heart, and other medications. 

Learn more about the genes included on the Medication Response Genetic Test. 


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