Tomorrow’s Health Today

Personalized Healthcare

[fusion_dropcap]W[/fusion_dropcap]e are on the forefront of the revolution in healthcare. We will bring personalized and preventive medicine to each patient through genome sequencing and exceptional one on one genomic counseling.  We will have highly qualified Doctors and Geneticists for all of our patients. You will be able to use the latest mobile and desktop technology to view all of the information about your genome and the markers it contains.

Tomorrow’s Health was born out of a desire for better patient outcomes by fully 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 brings Tomorrow’s Health, today.

What is Personalized Medicine?

Doctor and Patient

Personalized medicine aims to make your healthcare and treatment as individualized as you are. Bringing with it the chance to change the focus from a curative standpoint to a more preventive one. This is done by identifying genetic, genomic, and clinical information that gives accurate predictions about your susceptibility of developing specific diseases and conditions, the course of disease, and how you can plan the best response to prevent or manage the disease or condition.

Definitely not. This is why we call it healthcare 2.0. Personalized medicine focuses strongly on whole health and wellness to prevent the disease and conditions we each uniquely have a disposition to experience. From Diabetes to Cancer and Heart Disease we can be empowered to have healthier lifestyles and better more specific treatments for each of our unique situations.
There are many! One example is if a person’s genomic information indicates a higher risk of developing diabetes or a specific form of cancer, then that person can choose a lifestyle that better  balances the aspects of health and wellness over which he or she has control. In the long run making preventive lifestyle choices will help counteract the biological risk one has inherent in their genes.
 Genomic medicine can help determine a person’s risk of developing many medical conditions, some of them are:

  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • HIV/AIDS to the common cold
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Metabolic abnormalities
  • Epilepsy
  • Adverse drug reactions
  • Environmental exposure to toxins and so many more!
Contact us today and learn more about Personalized Medicine.
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