Get the right chemotherapy dose and supportive care medications
For those with cancer, getting the right medications and dosages is often a process of trial and error that comes along with frustrating side effects. There’s a better way.
The RightMed® test may help your doctor determine which chemotherapy dose and supportive care medications will work best for you based on your DNA. The results may help increase the safety and effectiveness of your treatment and supportive care medications, reduce side effects, and save valuable time and money. View our medication list or DOWNLOAD OUR PATIENT TOOLKIT to learn more
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Genetic factors can account for up to 95% of how you respond to your medications.1 The RightMed test, co-developed with Mayo Clinic, analyzes your DNA to predict how you are likely to respond to hundreds of medications. Your test results give your doctors valuable information to help them choose the best medications and dosages for you.
The RightMed test includes several chemotherapies commonly used for breast cancer, colorectal cancer, lung cancer, blood cancers, and more. It also covers many medications used in supportive care, including for pain, nausea, vomiting, sleep, hypertension, anxiety, depression, infection prophylaxis, and more.
Learn how the RightMed test may help you or your loved one get more effective medications with fewer side effects.
“The RightMed test results, for me, mean that I don't have to be anxious or scared going into a procedure.”
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Once the kit is shipped to you, perform a simple cheek swab. Activate your kit online, then mail it back. An independent physician will review your information and order your test.
Once your results are ready, schedule a phone consult with a board-certified genetic counselor to receive and discuss your results.
Share your RightMed test report with your doctors so they can use it as part of your care, both now and in the future.