Newsletter - November 11th, 2021

Women's Health Panel Training - Promo Ending Next Week

We’ve launched a new Teachable course; specifically covering the GX Sciences Women’s Health Panel. Genetic testing for Women’s Health enables doctors and their patients to better understand where health issues may be occurring due to genetic variants. Learn more about the benefits of genomic testing, what is analyzed, and how to interpret the results to your patients by enrolling in the course. Gain a deeper understanding of how GX Sciences supports providers’ development of personalized treatment options. Providers also receive one complimentary test kit to try on themselves or a patient to follow along with the course and see live results.

For a limited time – enroll in the Training Course, receive a provider kit, and get 25% off until after 11/18!

Schedule for Upcoming Conferences and Events

GX Sciences wrapped up exhibiting at the 31st Clinical Applications for AMMG in Dallas this past weekend, where it was great seeing new and familiar faces to connect with. We’re now gearing up for the exciting 29th annual A4M World Congress in Las Vegas this next month. We’re looking forward to meeting new and existing providers and partners in-person during invaluable educational events such as these, and offer new opportunities and promotions.

Here’s the list of planned upcoming events we’ll be attending:

Why is it relevant?

November is known for the moustache-growing movement called “Movember”. Movember aims to raise awareness for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s mental health. Prostate cancer is the most diagnosed cancer in men, reaching more than 1.4 million across the globe annually, while testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men in the United States. GX Sciences strives to educate our practitioners about genetic and environmental factors that could explain symptoms associated with various male disorders.   

Why is it important?

Nearly 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, while 1 in 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer. Additionally, nearly 1 in 8 men experience depression. Our comprehensive nutrigenomic panel, Men’s Health, identifies underlying contributing factors to fatigue, sleep issues, weight gain, loss of strength, low libido, mall pattern baldness, high blood pressure and testosterone irregularities. This panel consists of 10+ gene variants (SNPs) that play a significant role in a patient’s ability to control or resolve complications related to men’s health. Genetic findings and interpretations through the GX Sciences supplementation algorithm can help determine:  

  • Insufficiencies in Vitamin Conversion & Delivery 
  • Hypertension Risks 
  • Insufficiencies in Testosterone Metabolism
  • Autophagy Consideration in Relation to Metabolic Risk Factors  

Key Genes Related to Men's Health

Key Genes are moving to their own dedicated pages to allow for more expansion in resourceful and ever-growing content, sources, imagery, and more. Follow the links below to view the pages of two more key genes.


SRD5A1 genes encode for an enzyme converting key male hormones and can affect hair follicles, the liver, certain regions of the brain, and more…Read More


The AGT gene codes for a key protein regulating body fluid homeostasis, and depending  can increase risk of obstructive cardiovascular issues…Read More

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