Oct 29, 2018 | By Kristen Engelen, PharmD "Flu vaccination is still the most effective way to prevent flu." -The CDC There has already been a lot of heated discussion in social media forums this season about the safety and efficacy of influenza vaccination. As a...
Cardiac disease kills 1 in 3 Americans each year. PGx can help.
Nearly 10% of the U.S. population has diabetes. With insulin prices doubling and many more drug options available, what’s right for each patient?
Life always has its ups and downs. But for some people with a genetic predisposition to depression and anxiety, the swings can be much harder to manage without the right combination of counseling and medication.
PGx — the shorter and easier-to-spell abbreviation for pharmacogenomics — can be considered an “easy button” for providers to understand why certain drugs work well for some patients and not for others.
Doing the right thing the right way — hopefully right out of the gate — always saves time and money. Using pharmacogenomics as a foundation for making the right care decisions has the same financial impact for everyone.