Precision Medicine

The following definition of Precision Medicine is provided by the U.S. Government's Precision Medicine Initiative:

Precision medicine is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person.

SageMind uses precision medicine in two key ways:

SageMind generates a unique , individual risk profile for each participant that integrates a broad range of mind, brain, and body factors known to influence cognition during aging.

In fact, SageMind is premised on the fact that each individual has a unique genetic makeup, lives a unique lifestyle, and has been exposed to unique environments and circumstances. As a result, each person possesses a unique pattern of mind-brain-body strengths and weaknesses that are associated with both cognitive health and risk to cognitive health.

SageMind creates individually tailored Action Plans (interventions) that specifically target the unique risks to your cognitive health identified during our assessment. No two SageMind Action Plans will ever be the same because no two human beings are the same.

SageMind is proud to be at the forefront of Precision Medicine, bringing individually tailored preventive interventions for cognitive decline directly to the public.