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Hello and happy Global Day of Parents (June 1st)! Parents are what make us genetically special obviously, and for better or for worse, we get half of that genetic content from each parent to make us the unique blend that you, and only you, can be genomically (unless you have an identical twin, but do not worry, you will still have your own individual cellular makeup and individualized genetic interpretation that is different from your twin).

June is also the month of National Cancer Survivor’s Day (June 4th) and so we want to celebrate those that fought the hardest battles as well as recognizing the family members who supported them through their cancer fight as well. Remember, Merogenomics exists to help with DNA testing in many areas of need, and cancer is a big one - both cancer predisposition testing and to improve drug use during treatment - just to name a couple of examples.


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Personalized Medicine: Tailoring Medical Treatments to Your Unique Genetic Makeup

Personalized medicine is an emerging field of healthcare that aims to provide individualized medical treatments based on a patient's unique genetic makeup. Advances in genetics and genomics have allowed doctors to identify genetic variations that can impact the efficacy and safety of medical treatments, thus using this information to develop personalized treatment plans that are tailored to the patient's specific needs.

How Does Personalized Medicine Work?

Personalized medicine involves analyzing a patient's genetic information to identify specific genetic variations that can impact their health outcomes. This information can be used to identify genetic predispositions to certain diseases, to predict how a patient is likely to respond to a particular treatment and to identify potential side effects or drug interactions.

One of the key technologies used in personalized medicine is next-generation sequencing, which allows doctors to analyze a patient's entire genome in a relatively short period of time. By comparing a patient's genome to a reference genome, doctors can identify genetic variations that may be relevant to their health.

Personalized medicine is already being used to treat a wide range of conditions, from cancer to cardiovascular disease to mental health disorders. For example, in some cases, doctors can use genetic information to determine which chemotherapy drugs are most likely to be effective for a particular patient's cancer, reducing the risk of side effects and increasing the chances of successful treatment.

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Implications of Personalized Medicine

Personalized medicine has the potential to revolutionize healthcare by providing more targeted and effective treatments that are tailored to each patient's specific needs. By identifying the genetic variations that can impact a patient's health outcomes, doctors can develop personalized treatment plans that are more likely to be effective, with fewer side effects.

Personalized medicine also has important implications for disease prevention. By identifying genetic predispositions to certain diseases, doctors can develop personalized prevention plans that are tailored to each patient's individual risk factors. For example, if a patient has a genetic predisposition to heart disease, they may be advised to adopt a healthy lifestyle, such as eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise, in order to reduce their risk of developing the condition.


Personalized medicine is a rapidly evolving field that has the potential to transform healthcare by providing more targeted and effective treatments that are tailored to each patient's unique genetic makeup. As we continue to learn more about the genetics of disease and the ways in which genetic variations impact health outcomes, we will undoubtedly discover new and innovative ways to use personalized medicine to improve the health and well-being of people around the world.


Short educational videos

Shedding Investigation Part 5: exosomes in COVID-19 (update 88) video thumbnail

Final episode in a series exploring the potential science of shedding vaccine spike proteins via breath. The verdict: all evidence points to the possibility that it could be likely, but we still need to investigate. We look at some amazing imagery of spike proteins on exosomes!

IgG4 part 3 - Proposed cause! (update 92) video thumbnail

3rd installment looking into why IgG4 might be formed in mRNA vaccinated individuals. More content is available in our Patreon account like how IgG4 formation might be adding to unsuspected health problems. Future video about how permanent this could be is also coming up!

Can mRNA based genetic info be inserted into DNA? video thumbnail

For our Patreon account members only! We discuss the surprising discovery - only after mRNA mass vaccination took place around the world - that humans actually possess an enzyme that can efficiently use RNA to introduce new genetic material into our genomes! What are the implications?


Latest publications

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Is triple DNA helix possible?

You know how you always see alien DNA represented as a triple DNA helix (human DNA is a double helix!). But is triple helix DNA even possible? And if it was, what would it do?


Latest news

How to destroy spike protein in Japanese video thumbnail

One of our most popular (and smokiest!) videos got translated into Japanese! The video is about how natto, a Japanese traditional dish, could help destroy the spike protein via one of its main ingredients, the nattokinase. Stay tuned for the upcoming series on how spike protein contributes to abnormal clot formation!


Upcoming events

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COVID-19 - Q and A #21

Tue, June 27, 2023 at 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM MST. This event is dedicated to only IgG4, one of the surprising and unusual side effects of mRNA vaccination that we are struggling to understand its full implications, including the potential impact on health. Open mike to the audience. We hope to bring an expert on IgG4 to the event as well!


How you can help

Please share our specialized content dedicated to how we can best begin healing post COVID, including boosting our immune systems! Practice healthy living to the greatest extent possible right now (and we all hope a time for desired excesses will arrive soon!) and let others know too. Now is the time to take care of our bodies!


Happy genomes everyone!