Sneak Peek At Stem Cell Breakthrough

Today I want to tell you about an advance in anti-aging that will affect us all. It’s a powerful way to heal your body and rejuvenate damaged tissue. I’m talking about stem cells. Stem cells are perhaps the ultimate natural healer. In fact, they are so important to the future of anti-aging medicine, I’ve given them one of the biggest platforms at my upcoming anti-aging conference on October 8 and 9. That means the next generation of anti-aging therapy is taking shape right now in South Florida. In the next couple of months, work will be finished on my new Palm Beach Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine… just in time to coincide with the anti-aging event of the year. My anti-aging conference will be held at Mar-a-Lago, the majestic 126-room estate of billionaire property tycoon Donald Trump in Palm Beach, Florida, and it will host some of the leading speakers in this cutting-edge field of medicine. My conferences have become known for groundbreaking revelations in the field of anti-aging… In 2008, I revealed to attendees the pioneering research that unlocked the secrets of the telomere – the most important discovery in the history of anti-aging medicine. In my keynote address, I stated that this research had the potential to reverse age-related decline for the very first time. And I predicted that the scientists responsible for it would eventually win a Nobel Prize. The following year, the Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine awarded it...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Anti-Aging stem cells Source Type: news

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