Personal Medicine Profile (PMP)
Our genes determine the way we process medications – and thus whether we will benefit from taking a medication, or if it may potentially cause negative side effects.
Have you tried several medications before finding one sufficiently effective?
Have you experienced side effects?
Are you in doubt if a prescription fits to your particular biology?
Have you paid for medicine you could not use – or medicine not effective?
If so – you might benefit from having a Personal Medicine Profile (PMP) test.
A PMP analysis is based on personal DNA and therefore it is useful knowledge when selecting the right medication to the right person.
The results from a PMP test can help a doctor choose medication based on personal genes and enzyme function instead of using the “trial & error” prescription method used today.
Too many patients suffer from side effects or insufficient treatment. By knowing the particular patients ability to metabolize specific medicines, a doctor can take action to prescribe personalized medication
Knowing the gene and CYP-enzyme status for a paticular patient can improve the treatment success. When international consensus is clear, new scientific evidence will continiously be updated and available in the electronic version of every PMP.
With the “trial & error” prescription method used today, clinical studies shows the percentage of patients for whom their medication is not effective:
Source: Brian B. Spear. Mango Heath-Chiozzi. Jeffery Huff. “Clinical Trends in Molecular Medicine” Volume 7, issue 5, 1. May 2001, pages 201-204
Current and future clinical research involving the Personal Medicine Profile (PMP)
“The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge”
Genetelligence focus on research and development in the field of personalized medicine. Therefore, we work with a wide range of private and public institutions. If you or your organization have interest and knowledge in personal medicine, please feel free to contact us for possible cooperation.
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Only specific, well-identified DNA variations related to drug response is analysed in the PMP report. Once lab-testing is complete, the remaining DNA material is destroyed.