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Following two years of illness and countless doctors’ visits, I realized few options exist for chronic disease patients within the traditional healthcare system. Then, in 2016, my loving father passed away from heart disease. I felt powerless to help him, and dedicated myself to finding and treating the root of illness through genomics. Ali and I used this research to co-found Allele Genomics so that you don’t have to spend years of your life researching, too. With Allele, it is now easier than ever for you to get—and stay—healthy.
—Alexandra Thompson, Co-founder & CEO
We are proud to announce that we will be donating a portion of Allele's proceeds to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of St. Jude's founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.
“Medicine will be personalized and preventive: Your genome might predict that you have an 80 percent chance of breast cancer by the time you are 50, but if you take a preventive drug starting when you are 40, the chance will drop to 2 percent.”
“A March study by UnitedHealth Group Inc. predicted that annual U.S. spending on human genetic testing will increase to as much as 5 billion over the next decade, from about $5 billion in 2010.”
“We are in a revolutionary period of medicine that I call the four P’s: predictive, personalized, preemptive and participatory...As opposed to the doctor-centric, curative model of the past, the future is going to be patient-centric and proactive. It must be based on education and communication.”