Of Strokes, Migraines, Dementia: A Story of CADASIL

CADASIL for migraine

Pooja Ramchandran, Director of Genetic Counseling at Mapmygenome, writes about the benefits of CADASIL testing for individuals and their families. CADASIL stands for Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy, and its clinical symptoms include a history of migraine with aura, recurrent stroke in mid-adulthood, mood disturbances, problems with walking, cognitive decline and dementia. Continue Reading


Tech Trends: Liquid Biopsy For Genetic Testing In Lung Cancer

Blood tests are available

When it comes to cancers, there is nothing more important than offering the right diagnosis and treatment at the right time. Among all the cancers, lung cancer has the highest burden, accounting for the largest number of deaths, according to WHO. Any treatment that promises better results receives the maximum attention from the medical fraternity as well as regulatory bodies. Continue Reading