Jason Cannavo

Jason Cannavo is a Molecular Services Advisor for TruGenX. Jason has been in a physician services role for 14 years within medical device and diagnostic testing. His method of delivering information allows for both patients and physicians to decipher the complexities of genetics. Jason is a genuine believer of the work being done at TruGenX and uses his passion to help others. This is both in the form of going over Sample Results with both patients and physicians as well as providing valuable information to TruGenX.

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Genetic Testing for Medication – Drug Gene Testing

Genetic Testing for Medication Effectiveness Genetic testing for medical efficacy or ‘Pharmacogenomics’ is the study of how genetics impact your body’s response to certain medications.  This new and exciting field of scientific ingenuity helps scientists determine how genetic testing can be used to select the best medicines for individual patients. Genetic testing for medication sensitivity …

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Bladder Infection Test – Diagnostic Test for UTI

The Benefits of Bladder Infection Testing Bladder infection diagnosis is the first step towards accessing treatment for the persistent discomfort that this condition can cause. Bladder infections are a type of urinary tract infection (UTI), which refers to an infection anywhere along the urinary tract. Such infections could stem from the kidneys, bladder, urethra, or …

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Hereditary Cancers – Effective Diagnostic Screening Tools

Is Cancer Hereditary? When cancer affects one or more members of your family, it’s only natural to ask the question, ‘is cancer hereditary? Although the answer to this question is quite complicated, cancer is hereditary in a small percentage of cases. The chance of developing non-hereditary cancers and hereditary cancers increases as we get older. …

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The New Approach to Testing and Treating UTI Infections

UTI (urinary tract infection) is an infection of the urinary system caused by bacteria found in the stool which travels through the urethra as uropathogen (microorganism causing disease in the urinary tract). Women face a higher risk of developing the condition than men due to having shorter urethras, which significantly increases the chances of bacterial …

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Cases of Depression Rises During COVID-19 Pandemic

According to the United States Census Bureau, more than a third of the adult population in America shows signs of clinical depression or anxiety. These mental conditions have increased dramatically during the pandemic. There are many elements of the pandemic that directly correlate to some of the perceived causes of anxiety and depression. For example, …

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Epidemiologists Warn United States About Data Secrecy Regarding COVID-19

After four long months since the coronavirus initially started spreading in America, there are a few important things we have learned both from our own country and others. The predictions of the epidemiologists and health officials worldwide were correct. Areas where testing increased saw improvements in containing the virus. And sharing data with local & …

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