Postcard from A4M Spring 2014 Congress3 years, 10 months ago
Posted on May 26, 2014, 6 a.m.
2,000+ Experts from 40 Nations Gather to Learn the Latest Science in Aging Intervention.
Continuing its excellence in academic programming, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M; www.worldhealth.net & www.a4m.com) convened the Spring 2014 Session of the 22nd Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging, Regenerative & Aesthetic Medicine. Over 2,000 of the world's preeminent physicians, researchers, and industry leaders in aging intervention gathered 15-17 May 2014, in Orlando Florida USA, for an educational program that featured over 90 speakers who presented the latest scientific data on advanced preventive medical diagnostics and therapeutics, and emerging biomedical technologies.
| A4M President
Dr. Ronald Klatz
|“Coinciding with the Opening Day of the Spring 2014 Congress Session, the World Health Organization announced encouraging life expectancy data. The average girl born in 2012 can expect to live to the age of 72 years; the average boy to 68. Overall, the average global life expectancy has risen by six years since 1990,” shares Dr. Ronald Klatz, A4M President.
“The A4M World Congress presents a unique learning environment, one at which cross-disciplinary educational exchange is encouraged," observes A4M Chairman Dr. Robert Goldman, who explains that: “Cardiologists, neurologists, emergency room physicians, family medicine doctors, stem cell researchers and other specialists unite at this event to share knowledge to advance the healthy human lifespan.”
| A4M Chairman
Dr. Robert Goldman