Non-Profit Trusted Source of Non-Commercial Health Information
The Original Voice of the American Academy of Anti-Aging, Preventative, and Regenerative Medicine
logo logo
Industry News

Details For The 2004 Longevity Conference, Sydney

15 years, 10 months ago

2284  0
Posted on Feb 09, 2004, 5 a.m. By Bill Freeman

Dr. Gavrilov was kind enough to remind us about the Longevity Conference, and note that the final program is now available. It looks like a lot of interesting presentations are being given (as well as some of dubious value, at least to my mind). Some of Dr. Gavrilov's work is explained here at the Longevity Meme as it happens, but the conference encompasses a wider range of aging and anti-aging science.

Dr. Gavrilov was kind enough to remind us about the Longevity Conference, and note that the final program is now available. It looks like a lot of interesting presentations are being given (as well as some of dubious value, at least to my mind). Some of Dr. Gavrilov's work is explained here at the Longevity Meme as it happens, but the conference encompasses a wider range of aging and anti-aging science. Our vote for best session title goes to "Hormones: Do They Really Have the Power to Prevent Ageing or is their Promise of Eternal Youth Rapidly Evaporating into the Landscape of Unfounded Promises?"

Source: http://longevity-science.org/Conference-Programme.htm


Author: The Longevity Meme

WorldHealth Videos

WorldHealth Sponsors