Posted on Aug 31, 2020, 1 p.m.
We are excited to announce the 28th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine that will be held on December 11-13, 2020 attendees will be able to join us in-person or virtually from the comfort of their homes.
We have designed our new conference experience to provide you with both an IN-PERSON and a VIRTUAL option. Regardless of how you choose to participate, there will still be phenomenal educational sessions and safe networking engagements with colleagues! You will not only hear firsthand the ways in which clinicians and thought-leaders are changing the field of modern medicine, but also engage in numerous networking opportunities. As the largest event in Anti-Aging Medicine, this annual conference is engineered to push the boundaries of modern medicine—while helping to form a connected networking community of like-minded thinkers. The 2020 World Congress will specifically focus on entrepreneurial opportunities in integrative medicine, the application of technology in healthcare and the most cutting-edge clinical breakthroughs in longevity.
Our event differs from any other healthcare conference, due to our extensive educational offerings and programming. We carefully curate agendas rooted in top-tier, clinically current education, and deliver the most relevant, applicable, and critical information to attendees—in one of the most rapidly growing and expanding industries. With this event, you can experience medicine as you have never experienced it at the largest event in anti-ageing medicine.
This event is being hosted at the Venetian and Palazzo Resort at 3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89109, representing 49 states, and 53 countries. Over 4 days there will typically be 6,000 attendees and 400 exhibiting companies with 75 educational sessions to go along with an impressive line up of entertaining speakers presenting informative lectures. Click here to find out more about registration as well as hotel and flight savings. Join us in redefining medicine.
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