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Ms. Siti Hasan’s genome | Bumrungrad’s Preventive Genomics and Family Check-up

Having a family history of heart attacks and cancer, Ms. Hasan visited Bumrungrad’s Preventive Genomics and Family Check-up Services Center to find out more about her health risks. The Preventive Genomics and Family Check-up Services Center at Bumrungrad offers a comprehensive range of services from diagnosis, consultation, disease screening, and risk assessment for inherited diseases and pharmacogenetic testing for drug selection, dose adjustment, and drug allergy prevention. The services are available for people with a family history of hereditary diseases as well as for individuals who care about their own and their family's health.

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Understanding Pharmacogenomics

Pharmacogenomics studies how your genes affect your response to drugs. In some cases, your genes can determine whether you might have adverse effects to a drug, or could tell whether this drug is effective for you. It is a very rapidly expanding part of precision medicine, which aims to customize health care, with decisions and treatments tailored to each individual in every way possible.

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Genomics - The Key to Truly Personalized Healthcare

Could your DNA provide predisposition information regarding disease and drug allergy risk?

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Bumrungrad International Pioneers Personalized Drug System based on DNA

Bumrungrad International Hospital set up an innovative drug prescription system in March 2020 that responds to a patient’s individual genetic makeup.

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How Genomic Profiling Finds the Best Treatment for Cancer Patients

Comprehensive genomic profiling (CGP) is an advanced diagnostic testing method Bumrungrad oncologists are now using to match individual patients with the best possible treatment for cancer.

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DNA Scientific Wellness Screening: Answers to Your Questions

Genetics and DNA play an important role in your health, directly impacting how long and how well you live

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