At DQ's last psychiatric appointment, she told us about a recent breakthrough. They have discovered a way to better predict what will work for a person as an individual. It works like this: The lab tech takes a cheek swab. They run some test to determine the biological and chemical make up for that subject. Based on the outcome they can better ascertain what medications will work best for which patients. They can then customize medications and doses for said patient. This makes sense to me. 1) All psychiatric patients must go through a spectrum of medications to find the one that suites them best because, 2) everyone is different. What do you all think?