Moleculera Labs is committed to providing research-backed, clinical testing services that support physicians in recognizing, and more accurately diagnosing Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Through our ongoing research and development we anticipate discovering additional testing markers that will help doctors more readily diagnose the many individuals suffering from treatable autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders.

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My son was diagnosed after many weeks of not knowing what was wrong. He is 16! He has had the Cunningham Panel run. I appreciate your work. Without your research my son would not have recovered.
Kara
I want to thank your company for making this test available. We thought we had "lost" our Sarah. The report really shows what is wrong with her. Now the doctors will know how to further treat her, we will forever be indebted to your lab for this amazing work you are doing for all the PANDAS/ PANS children.
Christina Lau-Raman, Sarah's mother
We would not be here today receiving treatment instead of cross admonitions to use a stronger hand to control the child, we would not be here today getting infusion treatment except for the work of Moleculera. Please tell your investors. Your staff and your trusting investors are affecting the lives of real people.
William Nash
We ordered the Cunningham Panel as a complementary diagnostic tool to be used in conjunction with other tests to aid in and confirm our physician's clinical diagnosis of PANDAS for our daughter. The results of the Cunningham Panel took 3 months to receive and our daughter had already received her first IVIG. Our insurance plan would not cover the cost of the IVIG. To our delight and surprise our daughter's physician called us to inform us that not only had our insurance company authorized coverage of the initial IVIG but pre-authorized a second IVIG based on the Cunningham Panel results.
Carmel, St. Louis
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you at Moleculera Labs for helping me and my son with his Cunningham Panel. Your customer service is by far the best in the nation and you all put parents like me at so much ease and comfort. Thank you for understanding that our kids have special needs and still how important they are to us. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of our children by just doing what you love to do. Thank you for giving parents like me a direction to move forward. I am so grateful to Moleculera's nurse for taking the time to go over the results with me and explaining it so well. You all are a blessing to parents like us from the point you pick up the phone until the parent has reached the comfort level of the results. God Bless Each and Every one of you.
Ananda, North Carolina
My name is Wendy Elliott, I am Adam Elliott's mother. A little history, my husband and I have been searching for answers to some of Adam's behavioral issues since he was 4 years old.While Adam has always been a very sweet boy he would exhibit ADHD/Autism like behavior at times. We went to various professionals, with Adam finally receive an ADHD diagnosis in the Spring 2014. Although Adam began treatment (Adderall XR) for ADHD we still saw persistent irrational fears, asking the same question multiple times, TICs, the list of abnormal behaviors is a long one. Once we moved to Oklahoma we saw the symptoms increasing, especially when he became ill. We were very fortunate to have found Dr. Daily, she quickly recognized that Adam could possibly have a PANS diagnosis. She began a treatment of antibiotics in late may, with ibuprofen and escitalopram. Yesterday we received the results of Adam's Cunningham panel with Dr. Daily noting that Adam qualifies for the diagnosis of PANS. I would add that as of today Adam is responding very well to the treatment. I cannot thank you enough for your work in this field. Your work as well as Dr. Daily's diagnostic abilities have changed our lives.
Wendy Elliott, Adam Elliott's mother