Personalized medicine is here, and we are proud to be pioneers in it!
Our test is completely non-invasive, samples are easily taken from saliva and processed by our state-of-art laboratory
Genome Liberty's Pharmacogenomic test is developed by highly trained interdisciplinary scientists to ensure maximum predictability. Results will be presented to you in confidential manner, in a format that is easily understandable for both patients and trained medical personnel.
Our staff is more than happy to explain the results of the test in detail to you and your physician, ensuring you are getting your own personalized treatment, based on your genetic makeup.
Rapid advances in genomics in the past decade resulted in understanding how certain individual traits can be inferred from one's genetic profile. Your unique genetic makeup determines almost all of your traits, including the way your body reacts to drugs.
During the last 100 years, as long as the modern medicine exists, there was a single rule of thumb: one size fits all. Physicians, clinicians, even FDA regulators relied on this principle. However, nowadays, personal genomics can reveal a plethora of information on which drugs and what dosages work best for you.
By analyzing your genome, we can provide you an extremely useful guidance on which drugs will work best for you as well as which ones you should avoid. Even more importantly, we can predict successfully the optimal dosage for you, thereby providing you with optimal therapeutic effect at all times, with rapidly reduced risks of toxicity and side effects.
In this day and age, when your email and phone conversations are no longer private, why would you expect more privacy for your personal genomic traits?! With Genome Liberty you are the sole owner of your genetic information! Opt-in is a Choice, not the Rule: Your genetic data belongs to you. Thus, we give you access to your genetic information but do not force you to sign away rights to your DNA or your data. If you want to share your genetic data, you can “opt-in” to do so, whereas other companies do not even allow you to “opt-out.”