Molecular & Personalized Medicine
Personalized and molecular medicine is the revolution in the practice of medicine that better addresses the healthcare needs of the 21st century.
RCLIN Group is specializing in molecular medicine, where a multidisciplinary team of lab technicians, medical doctors, bio scientists and pharmacologists looks at physical, chemical, and biological make up of each individual patient to understand the unique cellular interactions and identify any molecular and genetic errors that may lead to or have already caused a disease.
RCLIN Pharma has undertaken the task of supporting the work of the clinical practitioners in the fields of molecular and functional medicine by manufacturing medical compounds and food supplements that help to correct or restart the malfunctioning body systems.
Once the cause of the disease is identified at a molecular level, personalized treatments help to prevent and treat diseases, more effectively than the “one-size-fits-all” approach. There is a lot of talk nowadays about personalized medicine. Nevertheless, for many it is still not clear what exactly it means. People often ask: “What is personalized treatment?” At RCLIN, the answer is very simple – it is a treatment that is designed for an individual patient based on the detailed examinations of the patient’s genetic, molecular and cellular compositions and interactions. Such treatments shall target the identified health problems in the most effective and health enhancing way. It is important to note, that the personalized treatment takes into account the particular state of health of the patient and individual biochemical interactions at a molecular level of the patient’s body.
Personalized medications and food supplements are primarily formulated based on natural substances (minerals and vitamins). They are personally selected or produced for each individual patient based on his or her health conditions. The form, substance and doses are individually determined by a doctor and are regularly revised and updated in the course of the treatment.