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The "Lion City," as the name Singapore literally means, was host to the Second Asia-Pacific Conference on Anti-Aging Medicine. Blessed by the presence of Singapore's iconic landmark, the Merlion, this intensive 3.5-day education and training program for physicians, allied health personnel, and scientists took place 8-11 September 2003, in which over three dozen of the world's most respected lecturers shared the most up-to-date research findings and clinical observations towards attaining the goal of the healthy, extended human lifespan.

The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M, Chicago IL USA) was proud to co-sponsor this event with faculty representing various scientific departments at the National University of Singapore; the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star); and the Singapore Economic Development Board. Generous additional support contributing to the event's success was provided by the Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau and the National Neuroscience Institute.

Remarked A4M Chairman and Second Asia-Pacific Anti-Aging Conference's Co-Organizing Chairman, Dr. Robert Goldman, "Experts and leaders converging in one single conference in Singapore in so many diverse areas of research ... is very unique and makes this conference compelling. Asia has potential to be the real leader [in anti-aging medicine.]"

During A4M President Dr. Ronald Klatz's presentation on "Demographics of a Globally Aging Population: The Promise of Anti-Aging Medicine" he focused on the universal concerns associated with aging populations in developed countries. Dr. Klatz explained that, during the period from 2000 to 2030, Singapore will experience a 372% increase in elderly population - the fastest rate in the world. It will take Singapore just 27 years to double its 65+ population, from 7% (in 2001) to 14% (2028). A similar dilemma will take place in the United States, as in that same timeframe, the American population of age 65+
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