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December 29th, 2006
Anti-Aging Medical Headlines of 2006 Lead to...
Continuing, Dr. Klatz comments: "The A4M has, over the past fourteen years, established a worldwide leadership role in educating clinicians in life enhancing, life extending medical technologies. The A4M is a leading provider of postgraduate medical education, training more than 100,000 physicians and scientists. For 2007, we are proud to announce the A4M expands its mission to embrace regenerative medicine, a medical specialty that applies advanced biomedical technologies for the purposes of renewing body tissues with the goal of maintaining the human body in normal-to-peak function for a prolonged period of time. With stem cell therapeutics, scientists aim to beneficially alter the very basic cellular sources of dysfunctions, disorders, disabilities, and diseases. Via therapeutic cloning, scientists will develop ample sources of human cells, tissues, and organs for use in acute emergency care as well as the treatment of chronic, debilitating diseases. Genetic engineering and genomics are important advancements that permit the identification and alteration of genetics to ameliorate dysfunctions, disorders, disabilities, and diseases. And, with nanotechnology, we can deploy micro- and molecular-sized tools to manipulate human tissue biology for microsurgical repair on a gross level, as well as microscopic nano-biology for repair at the most basic cellular level. Indeed, when taken collectively, the advancements offered by anti-aging and regenerative medicine to improve the quality of, and/or extend the length of, the human lifespan, are the singlemost potent emerging biomedical technologies today."
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