Patient stories

Real-life examples of how the RightMed® test has changed lives

Debilitating side effects, uncontrolled symptoms, and medications that simply are not working are some of the reasons patients and their doctors seek out the RightMed test. The RightMed test, which analyzes a patient’s DNA to predict how he or she may respond to hundreds of medications, helps doctors prescribe more effective medications. These patient stories are real-life examples of how the RightMed test has changed lives.



A mother believes the RightMed test saved daughter’s life by helping to find the right depression medication

Read Emma's story



A mother of two being treated for brain cancer finds relief from medication side effects after the RightMed test

Read Pam's story



A mother and daughter discover the RightMed test on their journey to find the right anxiety medication for the daughter

Read Carly's story



Years of unanswered questions about a daughter’s seizures simplified through the RightMed test

Read Emily’s story



Traumatic medical event led mother, son to try the RightMed test

Read Peyton's story



A heart scare and hospital visit leads woman to the RightMed test and to a genetic discovery

Read Karen's story

Patient stories in the news

Is Your Medication Helping or Hurting? DNA Tests May Be a Guide

Read Karen’s story from NBC News >

Right the first time: How a Minneapolis company uses DNA tests to limit the side effects of psychiatric meds

Read Carly’s story from MinnPost >

Do you have a story to share?

When you share your story, it helps other people as they consider the RightMed test. If you or a loved one would like to share your story, please FILL OUT THIS BRIEF SURVEY or CONTACT US.

Note: Any information you provide will not be shared without your consent.

Learn if the RightMed test could help you or a loved one


Get Patient Toolkit

Get more information, plus the tools you need to talk to your doctor about the test.


Request a Test

Request a test through an independent provider network.


Find Answers

Visit our FAQ to find answers to your questions.