About Brent House

Brent House is the Founder of Tomorrow’s Health. He was a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy early in 2008, and worked development of a malaria vaccine and drug development at the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) in Bethesda, Maryland.Tomorrow’s Health was born out of a desire for better patient outcomes by full applying the information their genome and other genetic and followup tests revealed. With Covid-19 we have learned how different each human being is and how important it is to have Personalized Medicine. Tomorrow's Health is proactive instead of reactive medicine and bring Tomorrow's Health, today.
31 08, 2020

Diagnosing Technology

2020-10-19T04:59:56-07:00August 31st, 2020|Genetic Testing, News, Personalized Medicine|

The primary diagnostic technology used today is called nucleic acid amplification testing (NAAT). The most common variety is the tried and true polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology. Though this has served as a powerful and important tool in infectious disease diagnostics over the past few decades, it does have its [...]

21 08, 2020

COVID-19 Testing

2020-11-14T21:44:20-08:00August 21st, 2020|Covid-19 Testing, News|

In response to the unprecedented effects of the current COVID-19 pandemic, Tomorrow’s Health has opened a clinical laboratory in the Tri-Cities area (Richland, WA). We will be bringing in the power of next generation sequencing (NGS) technology to not only diagnose cases of COVID-19, but also Influenza, RSV, and dozens [...]

8 06, 2014

The Rapidly Evolving Personalized Medicine Landscape

2020-11-15T03:14:23-08:00June 8th, 2014|News, Personalized Medicine|

It's very exciting to see the ever changing landscape in medicine regarding a more "personalized" approach. For example, The Mayo Clinic in 2012 opened Individualized Medicine Clinics on all three of its campuses. They announced earlier this year that the "IM Clinic will also offer genomic testing for polymorphisms in [...]

14 11, 2013

The Story of Tomorrow’s Health

2020-08-25T02:12:40-07:00November 14th, 2013|News|

The Beginning I think that most everyone will agree that our health care system is broken. Insurance premiums and overall health care costs continue to rise, while for many the quality of care goes down. In this age of exponentially improving technologies and the opening of vast vaults of knowledge [...]

4 11, 2013

Our Genes

2020-08-11T18:30:00-07:00November 4th, 2013|News|

“Our genes are the paper and pen we are born with, but the story we will write is up to us.” ~Leena Peltonen-Palotie (Famous Finnish Geneticist)   Tomorrow's Health will take personalized medicine and preventive medicine and combine them to help our patients write their life story. Through proactive actions [...]

31 10, 2013

How is Tomorrow’s Health Different?

2020-08-31T02:46:28-07:00October 31st, 2013|News, Personalized Medicine|

Imagine this: instead of paying your doctor for visits and treatments due to illness, paying your doctor for days that you are well. To be honest, many of the ideas behind Tomorrow's Health have been around for a long time. 1 - The basis of human genetics in disease: It has been [...]

24 10, 2013

An Acceleration in Human Genetics Research

2020-08-11T18:30:00-07:00October 24th, 2013|News|

Research on the genetics of human disease has been ongoing now for many, many years. However, with the recent availability of rapid, relatively low cost full genome sequencing, the amount of research is beginning to skyrocket. Following are just a few examples of the incredible human genetics research that is [...]

23 10, 2013

Recent Dramatic Rise in Genetic Testing

2020-11-15T03:19:25-08:00October 23rd, 2013|News|

Over a year and half ago, I began writing up a business plan for this personalized, preventive medicine idea. At the time, there were only a handful of companies that were offering relatively large-scale DNA testing (e.g., 23 and Me). Since then, companies that provide this type of testing have began [...]

20 10, 2013

The Vision

2020-08-11T18:30:00-07:00October 20th, 2013|News|

In early 2008, I attended a 1-day conference held by the Drug Information Association (DIA) in Bethesda, MD. I was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, working on malaria vaccine and drug development at the Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) and the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR). One topic of the [...]

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