Tag: pharmacogenomics

  • Adding environmental factors to pharmacogenomics improves treatment outcome

    Hopefully you’ve read our previous discussion of pharmacogenomics but in case you haven’t (and you should), it is the science of personalized medicine (medications and medication-dosing) based on an individual’s genetic code. Well, nothing ever stays simple with genetics and although by now it is pretty clear that aside from considering what is knows as […]

  • About addiction treatment – Genetics, the new recovery frontier

    Genetics are making their way into every facet of research nowadays, and addiction treatment is no slouch in that area. What is pharmacogenomics? If you haven’t heard of pharmacogenomics yet, you are sure to soon. The idea that medications affect individuals differently based on their unique genetic makeup has picked up a lot of steam […]