Let your DNA guide your healthcare team to the best medication for you.
Your genes hold the key to ensuring you and those you care about receive only the most effective, safe and tolerable medications – and avoid the rest!
Pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing identifies which gene variants an individual has inherited, and what that means in terms of which drugs and doses are likely to work best for them.
What works for one can be ineffective or even unsafe to another. This helps explain why 2 out of 3 people prescribed an antidepressant don’t respond well, and why drug related adverse reactions are the #4 cause of death.
Each person’s response to medications is as unique as their DNA.
Get started with the Personalized Insights™ Cheek Swab Test.
If we all responded well to every drug, there would be only one medication to treat every condition. Reality couldn’t be further from the truth!
Have you ever wondered why a drug that works well for one person’s depression can have no effect on another with the same condition (or just cause side effects)? Much of the answer lies in our genes.
With Inagene Personalized Insights™ pharmacogenetic tests, you can find out how you are likely to respond to medications BEFORE you take them, and which ones would have the highest likelihood of working best for you.
Which Inagene Personalized Insights™ test is right for you?
The most comprehensive pharmacogenetic test available to guide treatment of pain and mental health conditions, Precision Pain and Mental Health reveals your predicted responses to more than 90% of drugs used in the treatment of all types of chronic pain and mental health conditions (including ADHD, Anxiety, Alzheimer’s Disease, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, PTSD, Schizophrenia, and more).
Also included is a comprehensive cannabis/cannabinoid genetic panel, with personalized recommendations on strain, dose, intake method, side effect risk and more.
Click here to view the complete list of medications tested for.
Click here to view a sample report.
Precision Pain & Mental Health
55 Genes & 116 Variants Tested
The ultimate tool to guide personalized treatment for pain and/or mental health conditions.
A detailed report of your predicted responses and personalized recommendations for >125 medications commonly used in the treatment of pain and mental health conditions with Cannabis/cannabinoid report included.
36 Genes & 107 Variants Tested
The ultimate tool to help ensure any medications you are prescribed for any condition will be safe and effective, based on your DNA.
A detailed report of your predicted responses and personalized recommendations for >160 commonly used drugs across multiple therapeutic areas.
Get BOTH PrecisionRx and Pain & Mental Health
Receive two detailed reports of your predicted responses and personalized recommendations for >210 medications commonly used in the treatment of multiple therapeutic areas.
Personalized Insights™ helps answer questions like these:
What our customers are saying:
Said they were “extremely satisfied” with the report they received
Said the drug recommendations were “extremely clear and easy to act on”
Said they believe their past experiences with medications would have been better if they had these results sooner
Believe this test should be taken “before you start any medications for pain or mental health conditions"
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At Inagene, we believe that personalized medicine should never mean an invasion of privacy, and protecting the security of your personal data is of paramount importance. Inagene operates in full compliance with Canadian Data Protection regulations, including the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and all Canadian Provincial Privacy Regulations.
Inagene will never share or sell your data to third parties, and comprehensive physical, electronic and procedural safeguards are in place to protect against unauthorized use, access, alteration, duplication, destruction, disclosure, loss or theft of your personal information. Additionally, Canadian legislation prevents employers, insurance companies or anyone else from asking you to disclose your genetic test results.