Advanced Genomic Solutions announces partnership with Evexia Diagnostics

Scottsdale-based Advanced Genomic Solutions recently announced a partnership with Evexia Diagnostics.

An example of an Advanced Genomic Solutions DNA test. (Submitted photo)

This partnership ensures Evexia clients now have access to all AGS genetic testing services to further personalize patient treatment plans and options using their unique genetic information, according to a press release.

AGS is an international leader in genomic testing offering a health and wellness DNA testing, drug sensitivity testing and skin health testing.

These assessments give providers and patients actionable, individualized reports to help them understand how their genetics affect their diet, exercise and nutrition and medication metabolism.

Having knowledge of the chemical structure empowers members to make smarter decisions on what they eat and how they work out based on their unique genes, a release states.

“AGS is very pleased that Evexia chose to add AGS genetic testing to their portfolio of offerings,” Lance Bennett co-founder of AGS, said in a prepared statement.

“We feel that with incorporating genetic testing with Evexia, one of the largest practice management groups in the U.S., it will allow thousands of additional providers in the functional medicine discipline to now have access to genetic testing that can augment current treatment plans for improved client health.”

This partnership will allow Evexia’s nearly 4,000 practitioners to order genetic testing for health and wellness and pharmacogenomics.

It will also allow comprehensive blood panels, salivary hormones, stool testing, food and inflammation testing, cancer screening and heavy metal testing, among others, all at negotiated prices.

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