Anti-Aging Medicine & Biomedical Tech Conference: Long Announcement

John A. Stoner jstoner at
Fri Dec 1 23:32:34 EST 1995

Anti-Aging Medicine & Biomedical Technology Conference: Long

The event:  The 3rd International Conference on Anti-Aging
Medicine & Biomedical Technology

Presented by: The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine(A4M)

   The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine is at the
forefront of a major movement in the way preventive medicine
approaches aging in the United  States.  As we advance toward a
new era of increasingly powerful and sophisticated medical
capability, A4M is dedicated to promoting significant,
essential, and enduring advances in biomedical technology.  The
physicians and scientists of A4M are committed to the belief
that aging is not inevitable.  We are the vanguard in a
technology that can retard, suspend, and perhaps dramatically
reverse biologic deterioration and disease.

When:   December 9-11

Where:  Alexis Park Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada

Overview: what are the topics?
   Melatonin Symposium
   Reversal of Neurological Dysfunction:
      stroke, memory, Parkinson's
   Hormone Replacement
   Advances in Diagnostics
   Reversing Age-Related Immunologic Dysfunction
   Cellular Therapies
   Clinical Successes in Anti-Aging Medicine
   Health & Wellness
   Genetic Engineering Dysfunction

Featured Speakers

   William Regelson, M.D.

       Noted author, researcher, and clinician.  A professor in
the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Medical College
of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth  University.  He became the
director of the Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research, which
fosters research in the biology of aging.

   Julian Whitaker, M.D.

      Noted author, editor-in-chief of the Health and Wellness
Newsletter.  A graduate of Emory University Medical School, he
has practiced alternative preventive medicine for over 25 years
and currently is the medical director of the Whitaker Wellness
Center in Newport Beach, California.

   Michael West, Ph.D.

      Renowned researcher in cell biology and genetic
engineering, Dr. West earned his doctorate from Baylor College
of Medicine.  He is the founder of Geron Corp. and vice
president of new technology discoveries at Geron Corp. in Menlo
Park, California.

   Ben Weider, Ph.D., C.M.

      Noted publisher, educator, fitness pioneer.  The founder
and president of the International Foundation of Bodybuilders,
Mr. Weider is the founder and director of Weider Publications,
Inc.  He is the recipient of numerous honorary degrees for his
groundbreaking work in health and fitness.

   Robert Goldman, D.O., Ph.D.

      Founder and president of the National Academy of Sports
Medicine, he is also the founder and director of the High
Technology Research Institute.  Dr. Goldman is chairman of the
board of A4M.

   Ronald Klatz, D.O.

      Clinician, inventor, and educator.  He is the medical
editor of Prime Health and Fitness Magazine and Longevity
Magazine and an editor for the Archives of Gerontology and
Geriatrics.  The founder and president of A4M, he is recognized
as one of the foremost authorities in preventive/longevity
medicine and maximum human performance.

Other Noted Speakers

   Richard Latchaw, M.D.
      Univ. Miami School of Medicine
   Denham Harman, M.D., Ph.D.
      Univ. Nebraska School of Medicine
   Marvin Minsky, Ph.D.
      M.I.T. and Media Labs
   John V. Dommise M.D.
      Univ. Arizona School of Medicine
   Michael Fossel, M.D., Ph.D.
      Michigan State Univ. School of Medicine
   Allan Goldstine, M.D.
      Georgetown Univ.
   Raymond Daynes, Ph.D.
      Univ. Utah School of Medicine
   Roy Walford, M.D.
      Univ. California, Los Angeles
   Saul Kent
      Life Extension Foundation
   Ralph Merkle, Ph.D.
      Palo Alto Research Center
   Hans Kugler, Ph.D.
      Journal of Longevity Research
   Aftab J. Ahmed, Ph.D.
      Northwestern Medical School

Schedule for the event

   Saturday, December 9th

      8 am- 8:45 am Opening session

      9 am - 12 pm  Session 1.  Symposium: Melatonin and the
pineal: discovery of the aging clock

         Moderator and Organizer:  William Regelson, M.D.

      1 pm- 1:20 pm Session 2. Status of L.I.I: Treatment
protocols and biomarker analysis.  The first A4M accredited
anti-aging medical center

         Vincent Giampapa, M.D., Montclair, NJ

      1:30 pm - 3 pm Session 3. Reversal of Neurological
Dysfunction: New treatment options

         Moderator: Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.

      3:20 pm - 5 pm Session 4. The role of hormone replacement

         Moderator: Julian Whitaker, M.D.

      6 pm - 7 pm Reception.

      7 pm - 10 pm Session 5. Mini-symposium: state of the art
clinical cases

         Moderator: Ronald Klatz, D.O.

   Sunday, December 10

      8 am - 10 am Session 6. Essentials of health and wellness

         Moderator: Roy Walford, M.D.

      10:50 am - 1 pm Session 7. Advanced diagnostics

         Moderator: Richard Latchaw, M.D.

      1:45 pm - 2:55 pm Session 8. Keynote panel: Health and

         Moderator: Robert Goldman, Ph.D.

      3 pm - 4:30 pm Session 9.  Successful strategies for a
healthy extended lifespan

         Moderator: Larry D. Cherry, D.O.

      6:30 pm Awards Banquet featuring the 1995 Infinity Award
Recipients and Designated Award areas:

         Nathan Pritikin (posthumously) - Pioneer in Longevity

         Denham Harman, M.D., Ph.D. - Basic Science/Clinical

         Raymond Damaidian, M.D. - Biotechnology

      9 pm - 10 pm Banquet Speech

   Monday, December 11th

      8:30 am - 10:30 am Session 10. Reversing age-related
immunologic dysfunction

         Moderator: Gregory Fahy, Ph.D.

      10:50 am - 12:15 pm Session 11. The impact of genetic
engineering on anti-aging medicine

         Moderator: Michael Fossel, M.D., Ph.D.

      12:50 pm - 1:20 pm Session 12. Panel: The Deco Hypothesis:
its role in aging

         Moderator: Vincent Giampupa, M.D.

      1:30 pm - 3 pm Session 13. Nanotechnologies

         Moderator: Ralph Merkle, Ph.D.

      3:15 pm - 4:45 pm Session 14. Applications of live cell
fractions in anti-aging medicine

         Moderator: James Wilson, D.C., Ph.D.

Why Attend?

   Because you are vitally interested in the impact of
Anti-Aging Medicine on:
      non-invasive medical diagnostic protocols
      innovative and effective medical strategies
      the preventive medicine delivery system
      cutting-edge, biomedically sound information
      changes in medical education

   Because you are interested in Anti-Aging medicine and:
      state-of-the-art medical care
      empowering individuals to reduce risk factors
      helping to disperse current information
      integrating health risk reduction strategies into your
      redesigning the focus of medical instruction and curricula 
      fostering innovative approaches to healthy living
      promoting community awareness of vital health issues

Who this conference is for:
   Scientists & Researchers
   Health Care Providers
   Medical Educators
   Medical Writers
   Athletes & Fitness Professionals

At the conference:

   You will join with the professionals striving for fundamental
change through the spread of scientifically based information

   You will receive a bound program with detailed descriptions
of the sessions and the abstracts of all session presenters, and
of commercial exhibitors for future networking

   You are invited to attend evening events, which will bring
together presenters and participants in a  congenial environment
to discuss the ongoing issues and advances in this field.  All
this in a beautiful setting.

This conference will provide you with:

   the findings of the most up-to-date biomedically sound

   information that will impact clinical collaborative
opportunities to advance your medical research and programs  

If you'd like to register, indicate below what you'd like to
register for, and either:

Fax the registration form to:

or snailmail it to:
   BioConferences International/A4M
   4405 East-West Highway, Suite 501
   Bethesda, MD 20814-4536

or call us at
   1-800 5BIOCON

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   __Regular:  $295

   __One Day(Dec 9, 10 , or 11):  $125

   __On-Site Registration:  $345

   __Tickets for Awards Dinner, Sunday, Dec. 10, 6:30 PM: $30

   __CME Credits:  $50

   __Discount for A4M or Life Extension members(for full 3-day
registration only):-$45

      Membership number:

   Please indicate which meals you plan to purchase on site:

      __Continental breakfast 12/9/95 @ $4.90

      __Lunch 12/9/95 @ $5.90

      __Continental breakfast 12/10/95 @ $4.90

      __Lunch 12/10/95 @ $5.90

      __Continental breakfast 12/11/95 @ $4.90

      __Lunch 12/11/95 @ $5.90

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Cancellation Policy:  Cancellations received after 11/15 are


    The all-suite Alexis Park Resort is offering discounted
rates of $85 (plus tax) for queen/double or $95 (plus tax) for
deluxe king to all conference registrants.  Rooms are limited,
so register early by calling 800/453-8000 and identifying
yourself as an Anti-Aging Conference attendee.


   The official Anti-Aging travel service, USA Hosts, is
offering a 10% discount off excursion or coach tickets on
Southwest Airlines.  Call 800-792-9999 to make your flight
reservations.  USA Hosts can also help to arrange discounted
fares on other airlines.  Round-trip transportation from the
airport to the hotel is also available through USA Hosts.  

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