Genomic screenings give you the information you need to make the proper decisions about your own long-term medical care.
What is genetic screening?
Using the power of modern-day DNA testing, patients can harness the power of their genetic testing results along with their primary care physician to improve their quality of life.
Hereditary Cancer Screening
Hereditary Cancers account for 5-10% of all cancers. If one of your family members has been diagnosed with cancer, there is a chance that you inherited a genetic mutation that increases your risk of developing specific cancers.
Pharmacogenomic Screenings use information about a person’s genetic makeup and metabolism rate to choose the best medications and medication doses that are the most likely to work for that particular person.
Two types of genetic screening
The Importance of Genetic Screenings
Genetic Screening is the next generation of medical treatment. Your DNA dictates many different things, including whether you have a propensity to certain types of cancer. Your DNA dictates what medications will and will not function best for you.
Using the power of Genetic Screening, healthcare has taken massive steps forward over the last few years. Your Genetic Makeup dictates who you are, what you look like, and also your health. Your DNA dictates what medicines will and won’t work for you. Also, your DNA can tell you if you are more likely to one day have certain types of cancer. Genetic Screening is all about preventative care.
Frequently Asked Questions
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There are groups that are actively contacting senior centers, assisted living facilities and other locations that assist seniors; just like healthcare providers, some are licensed and legitimate and others are not.
At Vendi Medical, our mission is to educate and assist in providing the highest quality, most secure screening services in an effort to enrich the lives of people through genetic knowledge.
For the specimen testing we are partnered with CLIA certified labs that are regulated by the Centers for medicare and medicaid services (CMS).