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Happy DNA Day -- The 15th Anniversary of the completion of the Human Genome Project

[fa icon="calendar"] Apr 25, 2018 2:14:31 PM / by The AGS Team

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Today, April 25th, 2018 marks the 15th anniversary of the completion of the mapping of the Human Genome. Advanced Genomic Solutions (AGS) is proud to be working with individuals and businesses that are now able to reap the benefits of this milestone. In the beginning, who knew that with a simple swab of your cheek (and complete confidentiality in the case of AGS clients), you would be able to see your SNPs and results in a way that can enable people to exercise and eat based upon their unique genes? .

This was groundbreaking technology then and still is. Our Health & Wellness Test is growing everyday to include more genes and SNPs to let our clients know even more about their own body. Genetic testing over the years has become much more accessible for consumers and patients alike. Now, for our Corporate Wellness partners, employers are able to make these tests available to their employees and client's employees to enhance health, less sick time due to ill health, and greater productivity


Now is the time to get to know your genes! Get your unique owner’s manual for your body! Today only, we are offering 25% OFF all tests with the discount code “DNADAY” (Code valid until midnight tomorrow).


According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), "National DNA Day commemorates the successful completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003 and the discovery of DNA's double helix in 1953. NHGRI began celebrating DNA Day annually on April 25th after the 108th Congress passed concurrent resolutions designating it as DNA Day. The goal of National DNA Day is to offer students, teachers and the public an opportunity to learn and celebrate the latest advances in genomic research and explore how those advances might impact their lives."


Topics: Genetic Testing, genome

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