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Anti-Aging Medicine

Anti-Aging Medicine Anti-Aging Medicine Have We Found the Fountain of Youth? Anne H. Coulter, Ph.D. by 2040, Anti-aging medicine, a combina- slowing of the degenerative processes of age, is beginning to evolve from a disorganized, "hit-and-miss" regimen to one that incorporates consistent, useful principles of treatment. In both homeopathic and allopathic practices, practitioners are incorporating new technology to assist in diagnosis and therapy. Ronald Klatz, D.O., President of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, asserts that "anti-aging medicine has, at last, come of age. We have, at our disposal, diagnostic and monitoring tools, which enable us to make valid, scientific decisions regarding treatment." According to Dr. Klatz, the most promising treatments, at present, make use of hormone replacements, including human growth hormone, DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), mela"With our new tion of conventional and alternative approaches to the reversal or 1.3 million people will achieve their 100th birthdays. More aggressive demographers suggest that more than 4 million people will be centenarians at that time. To accommodate the special medical needs of this growing segment of the population, both conventional and alternative medicine have begun to develop "The best way to prevent aging is to maintain a good quality of life that incorand awareness http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Alternative and Complementary Therapies Mary Ann Liebert

Anti-Aging Medicine

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Anti-Aging Medicine Have We Found the Fountain of Youth? Anne H. Coulter, Ph.D. by 2040, Anti-aging medicine, a combina- slowing of the degenerative processes of age, is beginning to evolve from a disorganized, "hit-and-miss" regimen to one that incorporates consistent, useful principles of treatment. In both homeopathic and allopathic practices, practitioners are incorporating new technology to assist in diagnosis and therapy. Ronald Klatz, D.O., President of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, asserts that "anti-aging medicine has, at last, come of age. We have, at our disposal, diagnostic and monitoring tools, which enable us to make valid, scientific decisions regarding treatment." According to Dr. Klatz, the most promising treatments, at present, make use of hormone replacements, including human growth hormone, DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone), mela"With our new tion of conventional and alternative approaches to the reversal or 1.3 million people will achieve their 100th birthdays. More aggressive demographers suggest that more than 4 million people will be centenarians at that time. To accommodate the special medical needs of this growing segment of the population, both conventional and alternative medicine have begun to develop "The best way to prevent aging is to maintain a good quality of life that incorand awareness
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