Karen Daggett's amazing story is just one of thousands who's lives are being saved with this new genetic medical miracle technology. The below link is an example of the PGX test results our patients receive after a successful screening and completion of the lab work. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/19e633_6e0702f662164cc1ac44be19971aea4a.pdf
We are very excited knowing that our work here today at Care Genetic Screening will go on to help save lives tomorrow! The following link is an example of the CGX test results a patient will receive after a successful screening and completion of the lab work. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/19e633_d1eef6128dfc4331ba97ffe613db103f.pdf
KNOWLEDGEABLE EXPERTS - Our professional, HIPAA Certified team of PGX and CGX Screening Advocates are proud to serve the Naples and Southwest Florida Region. Call us for a confidential appointment.
CGX SCREENING - A person’s unique genes tell a very important story about the risk of Cancer and other illnesses. Almost everyone has been affected by someone who has been diagnosed or passed away from cancer. CGX Screening can detect gene mutations in the earliest stages thus the importance of CGX screening for anyone who has had a history of hereditary cancer such as ENDOCRINE (THYROID/PITUITARY), BLADDER, OVARIAN/UTERINE, BREAST, COLON/COLORECTAL POLYPS, PROSTATE, STOMACH/GASTRIC, KIDNEY/RENAL, ENDOMETRIAL (UTERUS/UTERINE), and PANCREATIC in their family. Click the picture for an informative five minute video. Our Qualifying Insurances are as follows:
Medicare Part B with or without a supplement plan - All States EXCEPT NY
Medicare Advantage PPO: Cigna, Aetna, Humana and
United Health Care (UHC), NO HMOs
PGX SCREENING - Pharmacogenomics is the relationship between a patient’s unique genetic makeup and their response to certain medications. Researchers estimate that commonly prescribed medications may not work in up to 60 percent of patients and that most healthcare providers simply don’t have enough genetic data on their patients to accurately determine their rate of metabolism for a given medication or what the most effective medication and/or dosage should be for the patient. As people age their medicines often change and their health could be adversely affected by taking the wrong medication. However, the more a person knows about their medicines and the more their health care professional knows about the patient's genes, the easier it is to avoid problems prescribing medicines. PGX testing illustrates how a patient’s body may likely metabolize common medications allowing healthcare providers to act on the results with less risk of side effects, including overdosing or ineffectiveness.