Pharmacogenomics, is the study of how a person’s unique genetic makeup can affect their response to a medication. With this information your health care provider can now make an informed decision to personalize your medication therapy. The Pharmacogenomic DNA test limits the risk of an adverse drug reactions and takes away the trial and error approach on prescription medications.

Prescription Drugs that are currently available in the market are designed by the Pharma companies as a “one size fits all,” but the hard truth is that prescription drugs don’t work the same way for everyone. Due to the unique genetic structure that each individual has they then metabolizes food & prescription drugs differently. It can be difficult to predict who will benefit from a medication, who will not respond at all, and who will experience negative side effects known as (adverse drug reactions). Adverse drug reactions are a significant cause of hospitalizations and deaths in the United States, this is why it is so important to know what medication you can take and which ones you should stay away from.


How To Collect Your DNA Sample


The different Testing Panels are available for the Circle Care PGX Pharmacogenomic Test.

  1. Cardiovascular Panel
  2. Psychiatric Panel
  3. Pain Management Panel
  4. The Comprehensive Panel this our top option, it includes all three previous panels overall results of 275 Prescription Drugs plus a Drug to Drug interaction report.

If you are interested in the Circle Care Pharmacogenomics Test please contact us and we will guide you on the process.



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