In a first, Genes2Me combines genetic testing with full body checkup
Keeping innovation at the forefront, Genes2Me has applied advanced genetic testing technologies into all areas of diagnostic testing in order to bring a change in the preventive healthcare market
For the first time in the world, Genes2Me lab has coupled a full body checkup with a genetic test to provide an insight about a patient’s present and future health. Keeping innovation at the forefront, Genes2Me has applied advanced genetic testing technologies into all areas of diagnostic testing in order to bring a change in the preventive healthcare market.
Through tests like Genes2Fit, the company provides a personalised genetic report which provides information about factors such as fitness and exercise, diet patterns, vitamin requirements, food reactions and metabolism. The lab also provides a valuable matching diet tailor made to an individual’s genetic makeup, along with the counsellors who guide a person and provide an in-depth review of his/her genetic report.
Genes2Health profiles an individual’s risk to a multitude of lifestyle-related disorder like certain cancers, diabetes, cardiac disorders and arthritis. One of the tests, Med4Me, provides information about an individual’s tolerance to certain medicines. It can inform about adverse reactions and effectiveness of prescribed medicines. Armed with this information, an individual can bring out lifestyle changes which could reduce his/her risk of diseases and adverse reactions. With an inclusion of genetics in routine diagnosis and genetic counselling, the lab offers an advanced and technologically-driven solution at a cost-effective pricing.
Neeraj Gupta, CEO, Genes2Me, emphasises, “In India’s regressive health delivery system, in which major health expenses on diagnostic testing are met by out-of-pocket spending, Genes2Me empowers individuals through comprehensive health data which is cost-effective and clinically valuable. This approach has been designed to address a healthy today and nurture a healthier tomorrow.”