FOXO Technologies Inc.™ (NYSEAM: FOXO), a leader in commercializing epigenetic biomarkers of health and aging, today announced the direct-to-consumer launch of its beta version wellness product, the FOXO Longevity Report™.
The FOXO Longevity Report combines state-of-the-art epigenetic biotechnology, artificial intelligence, and proprietary algorithms to produce longevity and wellness indicators developed from rich epigenetic datasets. Using microarray technology to analyze saliva samples for epigenetic information, the report examines nearly one million sites across the epigenome. This expansive analysis yields a more accurate and user-friendly snapshot of an individual's current health status compared to traditional genetic methods, such as whole genome sequencing.
"The launch of our direct-to-consumer Longevity Report represents the next stage in FOXO's evolution and expands on our successes in the insurance market," said Tyler Danielson, interim-CEO and Chief Technology Officer at FOXO. "We're thrilled to provide a more direct and personalized product offering to help people live their best lives through cutting-edge technology. Our report provides individuals with valuable insight and actionable strategies to improve their health and wellness."
The Longevity Report assesses an individual's health and scores users across four categories: metabolism, inflammation, cardiovascular, and indulgences (smoking and alcohol). Each category includes a score of an individual's health status and evidence-based recommendations to help improve their wellness.
"At FOXO, we're committed to helping people live better, live longer, and optimize their healthspan," said Danielson. "Our Longevity Report is just the beginning. We plan to continue developing innovative solutions that leverage the latest technology to help improve health outcomes for individuals and communities."
FOXO is committed to advancing its mission of developing products and services that provide personalized health assessments related to longevity and aging. Leveraging some of the largest epigenetic data sets in the world, FOXO is actively collaborating with leading researchers from across the country to deepen its understanding of epigenetic patterns across varying ages, tissues, and diseases, with the ultimate vision of helping people improve and optimize their health span and lifespan.
The FOXO Longevity Report (beta) is now available for purchase through FOXO's website. Individuals can order their reports and provide a saliva sample for analysis. Within a few weeks, they will receive personalized reports and recommendations for improving their health and wellness. In addition to receiving the Longevity Report, early adopters will be given product upgrades and exclusive insights at no extra cost as updates are released.
To learn more about the FOXO Longevity Report and start your personalized health assessment related to longevity and aging: https://hello.foxolife.com/foxo-longevity-report-sign-up.
About FOXO Technologies Inc. (“FOXO”)
FOXO is a biotechnology company dedicated to improving human health and longevity through the development of cutting-edge technology and product solutions for various industries, including life insurance. FOXO's epigenetic technology applies AI to DNA methylation to identify molecular biomarkers of human health and aging. FOXO is committed to leveraging the latest advancements in science and technology to help people live better, longer lives. For more information about FOXO, visit www.foxotechnologies.com.
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Matthew Hausch, Cody Slach
Gateway Investor Relations