What is personalized medicine?

Personalized medicine is a medical model that separates patients into different groups - with medical decisions, practices, interventions and/or products being tailored to the individual patient based on their predicted response or risk of disease.

Why do we need personalized medicine?

Drug is a double-edged sword for human, which not only cure ill but also bring adverse harm.

WHO statistics demonstrat that one third of patients are dead because of irrational drug use rather than disease.

Products features

The most high throughput sequencing platform in the world(HiSeqX Ten)

According to international authoritative pharmacogenomics database

Refer to information released by FDA and CFDA

About 10 high incidence diseases and 1000 types of medicine

Presentation of part content

Type of disease Drugs Genes Genotype Suggestions
Hypertension Benazepril KCNIP4 A/A The risk for adverse effects of cough is relatively high.
We suggest drug dose adjustment or replacement with a doctor's guidance
Antithrombus Warfarin CYP2C9 & VKORC1 *2/*2 & GG Your metabolic capability for this drug is relatively slow.
We suggest drug dose adjustment or replacement with a doctor's guidance
Antibiotics Streptomycin MT-RNR1 A/G The risk of hearing impairment for this drug is very high.
We suggest not selection of this drug.
Antipsychotic drug Fluvoxamine CYP2D6 *1/*9 The metabolism of this drug is normal.
Just follow doctors’ advice.

What it can do for you?

Variants detection in the whole genome

Explain the relation between genes and drugs

Guide for the drug use properly