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will increase by 102%. [US Census Bureau, International Data Base Population Pyramids,' www.census.gov/ipc/www/idbpyr.html, with data as of Oct. 10, 2002; Kinsella, Kevin and Victoria A. Velkoff, U.S. Census Bureau, Series P95/01-1, An Aging World: 2001, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 2001.] Dr. Klatz's presentation's concluded with a discussion on the near-term practical application of biotechnologies including stem cell therapeutics in rejuvenation of aged internal organs in humans.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, which took place 8 September 2003, opened the Exhibition Hall to over 500 eager scientific delegates who were interested in learning of the newest products and services to assist their patients with living longer and better lives. Dr. Ronald Klatz, A4M President, explains that: "In creating the anti-aging medical movement a decade ago, A4M spawned a new global industry in which the strongest market growth potential today exists in Asia." Among non-US geographies, Asia is the fastest-growing market arena for anti-aging products and services, demonstrating a 25% rate of projected growth. ["Global Nutrition Industry Sales Top $128 Billion," Nutrition Business Journal, Dec. 2000.]

Don't miss your opportunity to learn about this vastly popular, scientifically validated, and innovative model of healthcare, or your chance for one-on-one contact with this international audience of medical experts engaged in the practice of anti-aging medicine.

As profoundly summed up by Mr. Phillip Yeo, Chairman of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star), "People are very keen to know the secrets to youth and health." In eight months' time, when the Third Asia-Pacific Conference on Anti-Aging Medicine takes place from June 24-27, 2004, scientists and physicians shall know even more about aging and how to combat aging-related diseases, disabilities, and dependencies. Keep apprised of program and registration details for
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