Protocol for Remote Vitiligo Management: Genetic Testing as the First Step
If we consider that life starts from a single cell that replicates with precision, the importance of a well-structured protocol in managing medical conditions like vitiligo becomes apparent. Much like a chef adheres to a meticulous recipe to create an exquisite dish, this protocol serves as an initial guide. The first step centers around genetic analysis—a simple yet informative process.
Procedure for Genetic Testing
- Sample Collection: Deposit your saliva into a provided container for your exclusive use.
- Preservation: Upon sealing the container, a substance in the lid merges with the saliva to preserve it.
- Preparation for Shipping: Replace the initial lid with a final one, gently shake the container to mix the sample with the preservative, and place it in a nylon envelope with an included absorbent paper.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
It costs less than a family lunch and we include the cost of shipping. For a more specific analysis, log in
How do I pay?
PayPal is preferred, although cash payments through Western Union are also accepted.
Service satisfaction is guaranteed.
Generally less than 10 days.
Why is it necessary?
This one-time analysis becomes more accurate as more people participate. It is especially useful for assessing the risk a person has of ever suffering from one or several of the more than 6,000 studied diseases. These diseases are located in more than 30,000 genes and over 2 million base pairs in the 23 chromosomes that make up the human genome. This is how we study Vitiligo and associated diseases like Diabetes, Thyroiditis, etc., in people who either do not yet have them or have already begun to show symptoms.
Genetic analysis, as the first step of this protocol, serves as a potent and preventive tool. It is as vital for managing vitiligo as a well-followed recipe is for a chef striving for perfection in his dish.