What is the DSGT?

The DSGT (Disease Susceptibility Genetic Test) is a test on the genes of a person in order to find out whether he/she carries any defective genes which puts the person at risk of developing particular diseases. 100 diseases are covered in this predictive test, and the results will state which diseases one is at risk [...]

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What does it do for me?

It allows clients to find out which diseases they are genetically inclined to develop, before the actual onset of the disease.  This will allow for early prevention by allowing the client to make the necessary alterations to lifestyle, thereby controlling the other factors which usually account for the condition. In summary, the benefits include: Find [...]

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How does the DSGT differ from the usual full-body medical examinations or clinical laboratory tests?

In the usual medical examinations, the physician looks out for signs that one has already contracted certain diseases.  By the time the symptoms are identified and a diagnosis is made, the patient has already got the disease, and only corrective measures can be taken to treat the condition, if it is treatable. However, in the [...]

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For who is the DSGT recommended?

The DSGT is recommended for anyone who is interested to find out his/her health risks in order to take the appropriate measures to prevent the onset of the disease. The younger the person is, the more effective it will be, as preventive measures can be taken at a younger age for better effect. This Test [...]

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What are the categories of diseases covered?

The categories of diseases covered will include those affecting the following bodily systems: a. Respiratory b. Circulatory c. Digestive d. Urinary e. Reproductive f.  Liver g. Cerebral/Nervous/Neuro h. Musculo-skeletal + Skin i.  Immune + Sensory

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What do I do with my test results?

Your test result allows you to embark on preventive medicine.  Look up the information on each of the diseases you are susceptible to in the test report, and then note the potential causes of the diseases as well as early intervention strategies. Subsequently, you may take active steps to avoid other factors that could cause the [...]

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I am afraid of finding out what medical problems I am likely to have. Why should I want to know what diseases I am at risk for?

Finding out about the conditions you are at risk for helps you to be able to take the necessary preventive measures in a bid to prevent the eventual onset of the disease.  It is understandable that anyone will feel fear and anxiety upon hearing what kinds of medical problems he/she is likely to develop, however facing [...]

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Does it really make a difference whether I know or do not know what kinds of medical problems I am likely to have, since I am likely to contract the disease anyway?

Firstly, please be informed that even if you test positive for a particular disease in this DSGT, you are not certainly going to develop the disease.  You simply have a higher probability than the average person of developing this condition as a result of your genetic conditions. Also, having the necessary information allows you to [...]

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What does it mean to test positive (be susceptible) to a particular disease? (influence of other factors)

In the event that you test positive for a particular disease, it implies that there are mutations or defects in your genes which make you more likely than the average person to develop that disease.  However, you should be aware that a positive genetic test result is only one factor in determining risk for a [...]

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