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Your body makes many enzymes that can break down or activate the drugs you take. These enzymes are produced from genes that you inherited from your parents. These genes vary from person to person and influence your body’s responses to the drugs you take. Knowledge of how these genes affect drugs, called pharmacogenomics, may help doctors provide more personalized treatments.

Read below for an overview of pharmacogenomics and how knowledge about a person’s genes could influence treatment decisions.

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Last Modified on September 26, 2023



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