The GeneSight test is a genetic test that a doctor orders to help them understand how a patient’s genes may impact their outcomes with certain depression medications. The test is painless – it is a simple swab from the inside of the patient’s cheek. From there, the swab is sent to the GeneSight lab and the results tell the doctor which medications may require dose adjustments, may be less likely to work, or may have an increased risk of side effects based on their genetic makeup. Visit www.GeneSight.com for more information. This segment is sponsored by The GeneSight Test.

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