More than 2,500 participants from the medical, scientific, and business arenas converged at the 15th Annual International Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine's Spring 2007 Session. Held April 26-28 in Florida, this three day event attracted cutting-edge innovative physicians and health practitioners representing more than 40 nations around the world. This program was the first of three events taking place in the United States in 2007 to be co-sponsored by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M; http://www.worldhealth.net/), the academic leader in a worldwide movement in life enhancement and life extension that impacts more than 100,000 physicians in 90 countries.
This session's registration increased by over 100% as compared to last year's spring event. Presentation topics by 60 speakers covered exciting new data on genetic diagnostics and genetic engineering, stem cell technology, and molecular medicine."
At the co-located Orlando Anti-Aging Exposition, over 300 international companies showcased the latest technologies from the medical and biotech market aimed at improving and/or extending the healthy human lifespan.