“Human body is a myriad of biochemical reactions that make us who we are. Knowing how to keep your cells young and full of energy is the secret to long and healthy life.” Dr. Elena Pruss, PhD
At RCLIN, we design personalized treatments for preventing and curing diseases by studying molecular interactions and identifying genetic predispositions.
Scientific advances in the field of genetics give a new meaning to healthy life. We are born with a code that predefines our health. Ability to have a curing impact on faulty genes is the future of medicine. By looking at your genetic profile and applying epigenetic treatments, we bring you into the future today. A huge role in this process plays nutrigenomics, where we have a particularly strong expertise.
At RCLIN we believe that molecular medicine is the key to personalized health, which helps to prevent and treat diseases much better than the “one-size-fits-all” approach. RCLIN Center for Molecular Medicine provides patient-specific programs that work to address the underlying causes of diseases in the most effective and health enhancing way.
RCLIN is specializing in molecular medicine. Our multidisciplinary team of lab technicians and 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.
It is our commitment to provide our patients with access to the best medical knowledge and technology available today. We believe in a multifaceted approach to every case, combining the knowledge of world’s leading doctors, bio scientists, research and laboratory experts, as well as tailored advice by the nutritionists and pharmacists.
There is a lot of talk 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.