Sample RightMed oncology report

Fill out the form to access your copy of the Sample RightMed oncology report and to have a copy emailed to you.

OneOme, co­-developed with Mayo Clinic, offers the RightMed® comprehensive test. This pharmacogenomic test analyzes a patient’s DNA to predict how he or she is likely to respond to hundreds of medications, which may lead to fewer side effects, less trial­-and­-error, and more effective prescriptions.

By filling out the form, you will get a copy of the Sample RightMed oncology report, which:

  • Includes medications commonly used in cancer care that have been selected and classified by OneOme
  • Incorporates both chemotherapy drugs and palliative/supportive care medications—binning these medications based on chemotherapy, targeted therapy (TKIs, antibodies), gastrointestinal management (nausea/vomiting, appetite, gastritis, GERD), pain management, antidepressant, antipsychotic, etc.
  • Provides a major and moderate gene-drug interaction summary, allowing the provider to quickly visualize the number of medications that may be impacted for the patient
  • Includes a sample gene and phenotype summary for genes associated with the medications used for cancer care

The OneOme RightMed® pharmacogenomic solution, co­-developed with Mayo Clinic, analyzes a patient’s DNA to predict how he or she is likely to respond to hundreds of medications, which may lead to fewer side effects, less trial­-and­-error, and more effective prescriptions.

Your copy of the Sample RightMed oncology report:

  • Includes medications commonly used in cancer care that have been selected and classified by OneOme
  • Incorporates both chemotherapy drugs and palliative/supportive care medications—binning these medications based on chemotherapy, targeted therapy (TKIs, antibodies), gastrointestinal management (nausea/vomiting, appetite, gastritis, GERD), pain management, antidepressant, antipsychotic, etc.
  • Provides a major and moderate gene-drug interaction summary, allowing the provider to quickly visualize the number of medications that may be impacted for the patient
  • Includes a sample gene and phenotype summary for genes associated with the medications used for cancer care