We derive general information on prevention from the official information made available to the public by government authorities. In this way we ensure that the information about public health that we are using is independent and scientifically substantiated.
We supplement this general information with more specific information based on recent research. Here we employ the same validation model used when providing information on the genetic link (see above).
In the area of curative information (information on treatments and cures) we take the current standards of national associations of general practitioners and the relevant specialist guidelines as a basis.
Pharmacogenetics is the specialist field that studies the relationship between human DNA and the active substances in drugs.
Research is conducted into both the therapeutic effect and potential side effects.