Learn which medications may work —
before you take them
Did you know there’s a simple test that can help predict how you may respond to many medications before you take them?
The RightMed® test, co-developed with Mayo Clinic, is a medication response test that analyzes your DNA to predict how you may respond to hundreds of medications.
Your RightMed test results can help your doctors identify which medications may — or may not — work best for you. And since your DNA doesn’t change, your results can be used for years to come. This could lead to a future of more effective prescriptions, fewer side effects, and reduced trial and error to find the right medication.
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Your DNA can have a major influence on how you process medications. In fact, genetic factors can account for up to 95% of how you respond to medications.1
A DNA sample test kit shipped for free to your home, with prepaid return shipping.
A review of your order by a physician from an independent provider network.
Your RightMed comprehensive test report, covering hundreds of medications, which may help guide your doctors' medication decisions for years to come.
A phone or video consultation, scheduled at your convenience, with a board-certified genetic counselor to review your results and answer any questions.
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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, if appropriate, 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.
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