I don’t have any “red” medications, what does this mean?

Modified on Wed, 28 Jun 2023 at 12:47 PM

Red medications reflect strong genetic interactions that suggest that the medication may not be suitable or safe for you. The red color is associated with a recommendation to avoid that medication. If no medications are listed as ‘red’ on your Inagene Personalized Insights™ report, it is because no genetic variants have been identified in your cheek swab sample that suggest that you should avoid any of the medications that we report on. However, you may still have variations that could impact your individual responses to these medications, and these would be listed in yellow. (Note: research in pharmacogenetics is ongoing, and Inagene's reports are updated every 6 months to reflect important new gene-drug discoveries/information. As a result, new medications are typically added to our report each year and the strength (or colour) of these recommendations is also subject to change based on accumulated data.

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