PGx test reduces deadly Adverse Drug Reactions, the 4th leading cause of death.

Brahma D. Sharma, PhD is launching his brand new book, “Cracking the Genetic Code for Prescription Drugs”, available through Black Cards Books and other booksellers targeted at both doctors and patients. PGx test is truly a lifesaver. More information is available at the website:

Retired chemist from pharmaceutical and medical device industries. He is dedicated to educating both doctors and patients about dangers of Adverse Drug Reactions and how to avoid them by a simple saliva test called PGx. He believes that prescribing a drug without a PGx test, maybe like playing a Russian Roulette. The dawn of pharmacogenetics in guiding the right drug for everyone every time is here. Brahma Sharma, PhD is launching He brand new book, “Cracking the Genetic Code for Prescription Drugs”. The book is set to go live January 1, 2018, available Black Cards Books and other book sellers and is expected to become a big hit with fans of the The book for both doctors and patients. You will learn: There is no safe drug. All drugs are toxic and can be deadly Why a drug works well for some but not for others Why a doctor is unable to prescribe right medication every time Why some patients have painful side effects from drugs while others do not Why it takes too long or higher dose painkillers to work for some people Why some patients have terrible Adverse Drug Reactions while others do not PGx test is a lifesaver. No one should take a drug without the benefit of this simple saliva test Finally, doctors will improve therapeutic management and reduce deadly suffering of patients due to Adverse Drug Reactions when the PGx test results are used in guiding drug’s regiment and dosage world.

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This is the One book Sharma, PhD has authored. The book was written with the aim in mind to Educate doctors and patients how to reduce Adverse Drug Reactions, the 4th leading cause of deaths, one every 4 minutes in the US by using the simple saliva PGx test to prescribe right drug every time for everyone.. There’s also particular excitement about this launch because It will be the author’s much anticipated first release. The excitement surrounds this book launch because it cracks the code for drugs and how to avoid deadly Adverse Drug Reactions..

Cracking the Genetic Code for Prescription Drugs sets its main focus on The book sets its main focus on a simple saliva PGx test to lower deadly Adverse Drug Reactions. PGx test truly saves lives.. Readers will likely find a particular interest in Drugs are developed by the law of average. No two persons are alike, even siblings. The drugs do not work the same way for everyone. Doctors traditionally prescribe by Trial & Error. ‘If the drug does not work, come back and we’ll try something else.’ Protect yourself from the deadly drug lurking in your pillbox.. The book’s cover art was created by Black Cards Books and Cracking the Genetic Code for Prescription Drugs is being released by Black Cards Books.

Brahma Sharma, PhD has a background in Retired chemist from pharmaceutical and medical device industries.. This helped shaped the creation of the book His background helped shape creation of the book as he can relate to how drugs are metabolized in our body..

When asked about why they wrote the book, Sharma, PhD said: “Suffering from drugs are all around among friends and relatives. Author’s own PGx revealed that morphine-based painkillers will put at a high risk of Adverse Reactions. Even though the science of PGx test is well established, only about 5% of doctors have adopted PGx test in their practice and fewer than 5% are using PGx test routinely. “

Sharma, PhD has hopes that the book will No drug should be prescribed without the guidance of a PGx test.. This positive outlook from the author is certainly testament to their optimism considering some of the mishaps during its creation. At one point There were several mishaps, for example at one point the title of the book was ‘Your Prescription Drug May Be Killing You’. The author changed it as he feared doctors would be reluctant to put the book in their waiting room for the patients to read..

In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking The author thanks his family and friends for the continued encouragement. for their part in the creation of the book, saying: “Thank you all.”

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