Genetic testing has been a topic of great discussion for at least the last two decades. With full genome sequencing now available, and a variety of SNP panels approaching affordability, we are learning that our genes play a significant role in how we react to the environment.
A large percent of the population carries a polymorphism in an enzyme called 5,10 methyltetrahydrofolate reductase or MTHFR.
Pharmacogenomics testing reveals how individual genes influence which medications work in the body or have potential to cause side effects.
CIRS or HLA-Mold
Mold reactivity is more likely to be a major detriment to health when HLA positive immune responses are present.