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Changing Lives Through DNA Genetic Testing
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AGS Laboratory Update and COVID-19 PCR Testing

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 6, 2020 1:16:50 PM / by Kellie Caldwell Straub posted in DNA Testing, About AGS, FAQ's, Providers 3 min read time


To Our Valued AGS Practitioners & Providers,


Like you, AGS has been shifting its business practices to meet these new and unprecedented times. As we all pivot, our focus will continue to be protecting the health and safety of our team members while simultaneously meeting the needs of our valued clients, practitioners, and providers.

As we work together toward that end and to help you provide safe, secure, private health and wellness genetic testing to your clients, patients, and customers, please make note of the following updates:

Effective immediately, the turnaround time for report delivery of all AGS Health & Wellness + PGx tests will be 6 to 8 weeks versus our standard of 2 to 3 weeks (the industry average is 8 to 12 weeks). This change comes as we work with our new US laboratory to finalize the validation and substantiation of AGS Health & Wellness Genetic Test chips. This must be done accurately in order to meet CLIA/CAP certification standards and verify the accuracy of all individual test results. While this is an important and lengthy process, it is essential to our mission and upholding the highest data security standards.

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2018 A New Year

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 27, 2017 5:55:55 PM / by Kelly Harkins posted in Health & Wellness Test, Genetic Testing, DNA Testing, lance bennett 4 min read time

Make Optimal Health Your New Year's Resolution. AGS now offers two genetic tests to kick off the New Year right --  based on your genes, your goals, and your budget.  


The New Year is rapidly approaching and many of us are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of our life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make throughout this past year. In our post from last New Year's Blog, we quoted facts that approximately 48% of people have had some success with resolutions, while the other 42% have not, and fail every year. Well, now’s your chance to sit down and prepare a list of important lifestyle changes you want to make -- and we're here to help.

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Exciting Possibilities of DNA Testing... But Keep in Mind the Risks

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 7, 2017 1:09:26 PM / by The AGS Team posted in DNA Testing, Privacy 4 min read time

In a recent article entitled, “How staggering advances in DNA testing help our lifestyle choices", from the South China Morning Post in which the author Tim Noonan wrote about the major technological and scientific advances in DNA testing have evolved so rapidly that one year seems like a lifetime ago. 


As researchers come to understand genetics better, breaking down the information is getting easier.


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Health & Wellness DNA Tests: The Body "Owner's Manual"--Part 2

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 23, 2017 7:00:00 AM / by Sharon Brack posted in Health & Wellness Test, DNA Testing, Press Release 2 min read time

On November 4th, I had a great time with Lina de Florias and Jaime Cerreta on their Good Morning Arizona Live (3TV)program. Jaime called her AGS genetic test report her very own “Body Owner’s Manual.”  I loved it!  That is exactly what it is.  Our genetic tests take the guesswork and weeks of trials out of finding the right food, supplements, and exercise.  The feeling of knowing what your body needs is extremely empowering.


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Health & Wellness DNA Tests: The Body "Owner's Manual"--Part 1

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 21, 2017 7:00:00 AM / by Sharon Brack posted in Health & Wellness Test, DNA Testing, Press Release 1 min read time

A lot of people are afraid of getting a genetics test, here are some of the questions we get:  

  • Does it require blood?
  • Does it require a lot of saliva?
  • What happens to my information after I’ve received my test?
  • Is my information safe?  

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