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AGING: A Growing Problem Becomes an Enormous Opportunity

It's happening all over the world

A little known company in California has developed a way to blast cancer cells without months of agonizing chemotherapy or radiation. Their solution may represent a multi-billion dollar opportunity. o Another team of scientists discovered a skin-aging gene. In the intermediate term, this breakthrough could lead to treatments for wrinkles, aging and sun damaged skin and even baldness. In the longer term, it could reverse many other aging related conditions. o A New England company is quietly laying the groundwork that could add up to 20 healthy years to our lives.

And our research is uncovering dozens of similar opportunities

It's no accident venture capitalists and major medical companies are investing billions of dollars annually in research leading toward the treatment and cure of incurable diseases. Why they readily recognize the upside to such investments.

We believe some of the bigger returns both to investors and to individuals who want to live longer, healthier, and therefore more productive lives will come in the field of anti-aging medicine.

And heres why:

Back in the year 2000, the number of Americans aged 65 or older reached an estimated 35 million and accounted for almost 13 percent of the total U.S. population.

The rapidly aging U.S. population is very significant especially when you consider the number of older Americans has increased more than ten-fold since the turn of the last century.

This trend is mirrored in other developed countries. And, it's projected to accelerate even faster over the next 30 years.

Anti-Aging Medicine: An Emerging Solution

Think about it

If the illnesses and deaths weve been talking about were preventable, shouldnt we stop them if we can. Let me put it another way: If a loved one (or yourself) had a major medical condition such as cancer, heart disease or suffered a stroke, wouldn't you ask that they (or you) receive the very best medical care for those conditions.

If there was a treatment that could reverse Alzheimers, Parkinsons, osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis or diabetes who in their right mind would turn it down. What ties all these diseases together is the underlying processes of aging.

But now, many in science are gradually coming to the realization that aging itself could be classified as a disease. Why Because it's not necessarily inevitable that the bodys vital organs stop functioning properly. Scientists now believe our cells could live and grow in the same healthy manner as when we were in our 20s!

Heres the hard-core rationale that gives those involved in anti-aging science so much cause for optimism.

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How the Explosion of Scientific Progress Is Revolutionizing Our Lives

To properly understand what Im about to share with you, you need to know that the pace of scientific advancements today far outstrips what you and I have been accustomed to during our lifetime. Whereas science used to proceed at a snail's pace, thats not the case anymore. Now it's approaching the speed of light! It's all because several sciences and technologies are finally coming together and working synergistically on the problems that face mankind. For instance, medical researchers are now able to use supercomputers to speed up experiments that used to take years. The key Theyre using a new technology known as bioinformatics.

Bioinformatics is a computer-assisted data management discipline that assists in accumulating, analyzing and representing biological processes. Emerging in the 1990s, this field is accelerating the drug discovery and development process through in vitro (in test tubes) and in vivo (in animals or humans) testing processes. Now they're adding in silico (computer simulations) to accelerate anti-aging science.

The major task of bioinformatics is utilizing the power of supercomputers to convert the complexity of the genetic codes of the human genome into useful information and knowledge that can be harnessed to understand the aging process and its attendant diseases.