How does Pillcheck ensure that personal information is kept private?

Modified on Wed, 27 Mar at 1:48 PM

 Pillcheck ensures that individuals have complete ownership and control over their test results. We do not share personal data without the individual's prior authorization, as described in the Informed Consent Form. Only the individual can decide who has access to their report and can revoke access at any time or request deletion of the information.


The Genetic Non-discrimination Act, HIPAA, and PIPEDA regulations mandate the protection of genetic and personal data privacy. The Pillcheck service is fully compliant with these regulations. Except as expressly outlined in the patient’s Informed Consent, results will not be shared with any third party, including their insurance company and employer. 


Pillcheck analyzes only specific, well-identified DNA variations related to drug response. Samples are processed, and all data is stored in Canada. Once the test is complete, any remaining DNA is destroyed after 30 days.

For more details, please refer to our Privacy Policy and Consent Form.

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