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The Evolution of PGx: Unraveling the Power of Pharmacogenomics Testing

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world witnessed an unprecedented global health crisis that challenged healthcare systems and underscored the importance of personalized and precision medicine.
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Pharmacogenomic Testing in Children

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Pharmacogenomic testing (PGx) in children for complex cases beats trial and error, according to research presented by Pharmacy Practice News...
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How Accurate is Pharmacogenetic (PGx) Testing?

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Pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing can be highly accurate in identifying genetic variants that may affect an individual's response to certain med...
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Pharmacy Forecast: Patients Want Personalized Care, Pharmacogenomics

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The “Pharmacy Next: Health Consumer Medication Trends” survey commissioned by Wolters Kluwer shows that patients in 2023 want personalized m...
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What is Nutrigenomics?

Pharmacogenomics is not the only emerging field to utilize genetic testing to help deliver personalized healthcare as nutrigenomics, which s...
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PGx Testing Becoming a New Standard - Studies Show a Savings of Lives

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Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing is becoming a new standard of care when prescribing medications about how inherited genetic differences affec...
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Pharmacogenomics (PGx) Testing and Cancer Care

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Pharmacogenomics testing (PGx) promises to open a new chapter in medicine by matching drugs to DNA with the stakes especially high when it c...
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New Technology in Long Term Care

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Digital transformation in long term care (LTC) has moved from a buzz word to an industry imperative as the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated...
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Pharmacogenomics and Psychiatry: The Future of Prescribing

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A recent article in The Pharmaceutical Journal argues that pharmacogenetic data can be utilized to prevent adverse drug reactions and improv...
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Preventing Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs)

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Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are a frequent, and sometimes deadly, consequence of a modern healthcare system tasked with treating aging pat...
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