Will Aspirin Help? | Sequencing.com

Will Aspirin Help?

Your genes determine whether your body is likely to benefit from aspirin.

Aspirin is widely recommended to help lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes. For some people, however, aspirin is not as effective.

This free app analyzes your genes that determine how your body processes aspirin effectiveness and provides insight about whether aspirin is likely to be effective.

$1

Includes unlimited use and app version upgrades for one year.

To use this app:

  • Log in to your Sequencing.com account.
  • Click the 'Add to My Apps' button located under the app icon.
    • This app will instantly be added to your account and a 'Start App' button will appear under the app icon.
  1. Click the 'Start app' button
  2. Select the file that contains your genetic data.*
  3. Click the 'Submit' button
    • The app will study your genes and create a report that's tailored to you.
    • Most reports are ready within minutes. We'll send you an email when your report is ready.

 

*Upload your genetic data at the Upload Center. If you don't yet have genetic data, don't worry! You can use one of our fun sample genomes. Just start the app and select a sample genome.

Aspirin, also known as Bayer aspirin and acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), is used to lower the risk of blood clots that can lead to heart attacks and strokes. It is also used to treat pain and lower fever.

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