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DNA Cellular Stress Assessment Includes:

  • Simian Virus (SV40/SV5) - includes a  CRT (Cellular Response Test), if positive

  • Bacteria

  • Viruses

  • Fungus and Molds

  • Parasites

  • Lyme Disease Panel

  • Chemical Toxicity

  • Pesticides

  • Heavy Metals

  • Radiation (24 types), EMFs and Geopathic Stress

  • Dental materials

  • Vaccine toxicity

  • Nutritional deficiencies

  • Food sensitivities

  • Pharmaceutical Metabolites

  • Phenolics

  • Animal-borne illness

  • Mycotoxins, GMOs, dyes and additives

Known & Probable Human Carcinogens

published by the American Cancer Society.

Everyday Things That Can Damage The Brain

published by the



Chromosome Testing

for Gene Mutations (identifying current and predisposed diseases such as cancer)


Genetic Methylation

Gene Correlation & Functionality Test

over 40 different tumor suppressor genes tested

Do You Have Bad Genes or Just a Bad Doctor?

From Sherry Rogers, M.D.

Q. My family history includes Alzheimer’s. Plus my doctor says I have the gene for Alzheimer’s and that I should start thinking about using the medication for it when I have signs of it.

A. You don’t have a bad gene, you have a bad doctor. First of all, no medication cures Alzheimer’s. And second of all, when folks take some of the cholinesterase-inhibiting prescriptions for Alzheimer’s they actually accelerate the downhill progression of the disease. But more importantly, it has been known for a decade and even published by Harvard Medical School researchers that vitamin A (retinoic acid) is among many of the important nutrients to protect against memory loss, especially once Alzheimer’s has begun. But since most people are low in zinc (which is necessary in the enzyme retinaldehyde dehydrogenase), they cannot convert their beta-carotene to its active form, vitamin A. Furthermore, most people have cell membranes that are starving for the correct fats and choked with the wrong fats.

Dr. Rogers goes on to say, "If she had done her homework she could find that foods and nutrients speak to genes and keep them suppressed so they do not have to manifest themselves. Right now, countless famous people are reported to have Alzheimer’s, but unfortunately they do not have any knowledgeable advocates to help them repair their brain chemistries. They rely on conventionally trained physicians who only see every symptom as a deficiency of the latest drug."

Clinic Solutions offers a 4-part evaluation for DNA cellular stress and epigenetics to decode illness and disease. Cellular stress is defined as cells that are not completely healthy - cells stressed from environmental toxins, nutritional deficiencies, bacteria, viruses and/or other infective agents. We test for thousands of different substances.  Following the evaluation of your DNA, recommendations are made to assist in bringing your cells to a healthier state.



Think of human DNA as an encyclopedia. Some geneticists believe DNA is written in "permanent ink." At Clinic Solutions we believe in epigenetics - or that DNA is written in pencil and can be changed to produce desired outcomes. We are constantly striving to decode disease and have "cracked the code" of many diseases that have been spoken "irreversible" including hopeless genetic diagnoses. We also strive to repair damaged DNA. We have partnered with a group of scientists at a major health and wellness company. With the help of our partners, we are able to offer even greater strides in repairing damaged DNA and preventing damage to DNA. 

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