We respond to medications differently because of our DNA.
Move beyond the
"one size, fits all" model
Have you or a family member ever suffered from a bad side-effect from taking a medication?
Ever wondered why some medications seem to not work for you?
Ever wanted to know how a medication can affect you or or a loved one before taking it?
Get the right drug, at the right dose
Years of research has shown that your DNA can tell us how your body
will process certain medications and predict which ones will be more effective or harmful for you before you take it. This way your doctor pick the right drug at the right dose.
Similar to how some medications may interact with other drugs or food, they also interact with your genes.
AND NOT EFFECTIVE
DRUG NOT HARMFUL,
AND NOT EFFECTIVE
Research shows that approximately 97% of individuals in the general population carry at least one gene variant or mutation that may lead to a change in medication or dosing.
Avoid side-effects with
Recent research on thousands of patients who actively used their DNA information to choose the right medication, at the right dose, experienced 30% fewer serious side effects compared to patients who were given a standard dose of medication.
We got you covered
Predictiv's PharmSmart app has the information that you and your doctor need to avoid side effects from drug-to-drug interactions and drug-to-gene interactions.
It contains up-to-date dosing guidelines on 75+ medications that can be easily accessed in real-time, and shared with your doctor or pharmacist.
Do you or a loved one suffer from depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders and need to find the best treatment?
Are you at risk for high cholesterol or a heart attack? Are you taking statins to treat high cholesterol?
Do you suffer from acid reflux or have taken any over the counter medication for relief?
Pain & Inflammation
Do you suffer from chronic pain or inflammatory disease? Do you take over-the-counter pain medications and are worried about the right dose to take?
Have you had a bacterial, fungal, or viral infection and suffered from a bad side effect or ineffective treatment?
Are you or is a loved one currently receiving treatment for cancer?