Henrik (49 years old) lives a stressful life with long working hours, large responsibility and shifting work locations. The pain in his upper stomach has been treated with PPI for a year without a full relief. Henrik is realistic and knows that a change of lifestyle may be required to get rid of the symptoms, but he loves his job and the pulse of it. If only the medication could help him a bit more?

He also suffers from recurring diarrhea and bloated stomach. These days, he is visiting the toilet 8-10 times per day. A medical check-up has not shown any serious disease in the gut system.

Lately, his wife asked him to go see his doctor to find a better medical treatment.

The Personal Medicine Profile can be used to select the right medication, in the right dose for the right person.

Personal Medicine Profile™

  • An advanced drug response test covering more than 200 of the most frequent prescriptions within heart, pain, rheumatism, gastroenterology, mental health, multiple diseases, cancer and lifestyle

  • Free updates of your report for new medication information and dosage recommendations

  • You have access to your result day and night -> share it with your doctor or pharmacy

  • Several insurance companies help cover the cost

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Proton Pump Inhibitors

Pantoprazole: 61.3 million DDD
Lansoprazole: 33.6 million DDD
Omeprazole: 37.1 million DDD

A recent danish register study mapped the use of drugs in Denmark for drugs having actionable dosing guidelines i.e., dosing recommendations different from standard dosing for CYP2D6 or CYP2C19. Data in the figure are given in Defined Daily Dose (DDD) i.e., the assumed average maintenance dose per day for a drug used for its main indication in adults and number of users (2017 data).

Fifty-eight percent of the consumption in DDD of drugs having actionable guidelines was within the ATC codes of A02BC (proton pump inhibitors) (data given in the figure), B01AC (platelet aggregation inhibitors excluding heparing – clopidogrel) and C07AB (beta blocking agents – metoprolol) (Westergaard et al. 2020. Drug Use in Denmark for Drugs Having Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Based Dosing Guidelines from CPIC or DPWG for CYP2D6 and CYP2C19 Drug-Gene Pairs: Perspectives for Introducing PGx test to Polypharmacy Patients. J. Pers. Med. 2020, 10, 3; doi:10.3390/jpm10010003)

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We are all different

The practice of medicine has always been about treating each person as an individual patient. For a long time, clinicians have observed that patients with the same diagnosis may respond differently to the same medical treatment.

Advances in technology have made it possible to identify genetic variations determining the effectiveness of commonly prescribed medications.

Personal Medicine Profile relies on this very technology.

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We promise to keep your personal and genetic information confidential. Here’s what we do:

Your biological sample is destroyed after quality control. We do not sell it or hand it over to third parties.

Throughout our processes we handle your sample anonymously. Only authorized personnel have access to your sample.

You have full access to your data and you can choose to share it with your Doctor or Pharmacy

We build our system based on “security by design” to protect your data from harm

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Genetelligence focus on services, research and development in the field of personalized medicine. Therefore, we work with a wide range of private and public institutions. Please, feel free to contact us for possible cooperation.