Genetic Typing Tests
How to prescribe and interpret genotyping or genetic typing tests:
- Basics of genotyping tests.
- The genotyping tests to screen for increased risks of:
- Cardiovascular disease: including hypertension, thrombosis, dyslipidemia, and heart disease risks
- Breast cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and amyotrophic sclerosis lateralis risks
- Obesity, diabetes.
- Longevity likelihood genetic tests.
- Endocrine-related polymorphism tests to determine safer hormone therapies.
- Nutrigenomics: Adapting diet and nutritional recommendations to the genotyping test results.
- Endocrine-related polymorphism tests to determine safer hormone therapies
Gain essential insight into which genotyping tests to prescribe and which preventive treatments to recommend or administer to reduce the risks. Information for physicians who wish to increase their efficacy in preventing disease by personalizing recommendations and treatments to patients’ predispositions.
- Genetic typing tests Basics
- Cardiovascular risk genetic tests Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
- Obesity risk Longevity likelihood genetic tests Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
- Osteoporosis risk gene tests Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
- Breast cancer risk genetic tests Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
- Prostate cancer, Alzheimer’s, and other Neurodegenerative diseases risk genetic tests Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
- Nutrigenomics Diet & Nutritional recommendations Thierry Hertoghe, Ben Weber
Check for genetic predispositions for disease