DRUG REACTION PROFILE TESTING
Genelex Corporation has been doing DNA testing for
years. It is now offering a test you can do at home to see if
your genes will allow your body to process certain medications/
including, but not limited to: Prozac/ Paxil/ Zoloft/ Luvox/
Celexa/ and Zyprexa.
"A high percentage of the population has defects in
these enzyme processing systems/ and don't process the drugs as
expected/" says Howard Coleman/ Genelex founder. The Journal of
the American Medical Association estimates that more than
100/000 people die in hospitals each year from adverse drug
reactions. Those drug reactions can range from simple side
effects like diarrhea to life-threatening drug reactions/
including suicidality and violent behavior.
The test is easy. Four swabs rubbed against the cheek to
gather genetic material. After the swabs dry/ you pack them back
in an envelope and send it off to the Genelex lab in Seattle.
You will receive your results in a matter of days.
GOOD NEWS FOR SSRI OFFENDERS
The test can indicate whether an SSRI offender suffers
from an enzyme deficiency/ which leaves them especially
susceptible to the deleterious effects of an antidepressant. A
positive test result can be used to support an involuntary
intoxication claim; whereas/ they suffer from a physiological
condition that renders them abnormally susceptible to a legal
intoxicant. Philips E. Hassman/ Annotation/ "When Intoxication
Deemed Involuntary so as to Constitute a Defense to a Criminal
Charge," 73 A.L.R.3d 195 at 2[a] (1976)
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